• Naked Lunch

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  • White Veg-options
Fast food

Serves meat, vegan options available. A sandwich, salad, and baked goods cafe. Willing to accommodate vegan requests / substitutions. Usually offers a vegan soup plus vegan donuts; ask about the baked goods (which ones contain honey). Open Mon-Sat 7:30am-7:30pm.

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4 Reviews

First Review by veggoodness


Points +708

23 Aug 2019

Good food.

Separate vegan menu if you ask. A little pricey but nice atmosphere



Points +371

06 Sep 2017

very good vegan breakfast

Nice vegan options for breakfast. Vegan breakfast sandwich on biscuit with tofu scramble was very tasty, filling, and reasonably priced. Plenty of vegan baked goods as well, with Donuts on Saturday.

Pros: price is right, good vegan food

Cons: not a lot of food options for breakfast


Points +613

31 Dec 2015

Lots of options in this small cafe

I hate to say that I went to this cafe about a year ago and forgot about it. It's located in a condo complex, The Pelaton on Arapahoe. When I sent a year ago I recall tring several of the vegan mini donuts. All tasty, but I if I remember right they each cost $1.50.
This visit prompted my review and will make me go more often. They offer a number of vegan pastries and the bisquits are vegan too. Today I had the BanMi Sandwich with Portobella's served on a cibatta. It was very good, though for $9.75 + tax and tip I'd like it to include a small side, like chips or side salad to go with it. They had other vegan sandwich offerings like hummus, avocado, or have beets added in lieu of meat on a few of the other sandwiches. Cashew Cheese is offered too. Todays soup and chili were both vegan.
The small Breakfast menu seems like a deal at $5.95. The vegan option is a bisquit with scambled tofu and veggies. I will go back for that and to sample more treats.
I should mention they also serve beer, Avery IPA and Avery White Rascal for $2!!! So if the meal is a little high I suppose it makes up for super cheap, but high quality, beer!
My rating is really 3 1/2 cows, as I the food is better than OK, but the value makes it just less than good!

Pros: Cheap Beer!, tasty food

Cons: location


Points +98

03 Dec 2014

Love love LOVE this place! It's addicting.

I went for breakfast a few days ago and had a great hummus, avocado, spinach, and tomato breakast sandwich on a homemade vegan biscuit. Yum, and under $5!

Another score - Naked Lunch has mostly all vegan baked goods (I think there's some honey in a few rare things) including delish baked doughnuts - seriously some of the least sinful but most delicious vegan doughnuts I've ever had, in a ton of flavors like salted almond, blueberry lemon, chocolate orange, ginger, and lime. I think they might also be gluten-free, if you're into that. Also strawberry oat bars, rice crispy treats, and I just had the most amazing cupcake-sized personal pecan pie! Spied some cupcake-sized pumpkin pies as well. Oh, and some yummy cupcake cupcakes.

They also fabulous vegan soups (vegan broccoli cheese soup!), have homemade vegan cashew cheese for sandwiches, quinoa salads, and some of the best homemade hummus around. The owner and head chef, Amy, is a fabulous cook. She says she'd do more vegan cheese varieties and other vegan specialties if she has the business to support it.

Great coffee and free wifi too, and love the atmosphere - fresh flowers, cool custom wood and metal community bench, very fun. Can't wait to sit out on the patio when it warms up. It's tucked into the Peloton condo complex next to PIzzeria Basta, access from 33rd or 38th street off of Arapahoe Ave.

Pros: Baked goods! , Owner is pro-vegan and a great cook, Fresh, seasonal, and delish

Cons: Small menu, Hard to find


14 Dec 2014

Just had a vegan chocolate-covered ball of chocolate chip cookie dough. Excuse my while I die and go to heaven.

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