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5270B University Way NE (at 55th Ave, University District), Seattle, Washington, USA, 98105

All vegan store operated by the Pigs Peace Sanctuary and volunteers. Features vegan foods, fauxmeats, leather-free belts and goods, cruelty-free products, accessories, pet foods, and more. All profits go to the animals. New name as of Nov 2012; previously operated as SideCar for Pigs Peace. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-8:00pm.

Reviews (32)

First Review by VeggiePinkoKat

Awesome place! - Edit

This place such a wide assortment of delicious items you can't get elsewhere. Best part is the proceeds go to charity! What's not to like. Vegan? Vegetarian? Veg-curious? Omni? Carni? Check it out :)

Pros: Friendly staff, Proceeds to charity, Fair prices

Cons: It's not open 24/7, Smaller store so expect lighter stocking, There isn't one in Kirkland


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Good variety and quality! - Edit

The shop has a big freezer/cooler section with vegan groceries and also stocks lots of backed goods and canned food/condiments whilst also stocking clothes, make up, books and skincare products.

It is also conveniently located near a few vegan/vegetarian eateries which is handy!

The only negative point is that it's a bit out of downtown Seattle, but even for someone who stayed in downtown Seattle wasn't too far or difficult to get to!


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Nice! - Edit

This is a nice little convenience type store that is all vegan. It also supports the Pigs Peace Sanctuary, YAYs! You can find loads of vegan junk food and it's nice to know everything is vegan including non-food items. Our favorite items to get here are the Blissful Wunders truffles. Oh. My. Yum.

Pros: Blissful Wunders Truffles, All Vegan, Supports Pigs Peace Sanctuary


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Pigs Peace - Edit

I love vegan junk food and this place carries an extensive selection. It's the best place to buy vegan cheese (Vtopia, Treeline, PunkRawk, Daiya, Teese, other stuff I can't remember). They also have some good-looking purses and belts, and a few cosmetics.
It's a little pricey, but proceeds go to Pigs Peace Sanctuary, which is like Shangrila. If you can, you should volunteer there and/or donate money. BTW- I'm not affiliated with them.

Pros: No label reading, Non-profit


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Great little store - Edit

I'm happy to shop here as it's is owned by the non-profit Pigs Peace Sanctuary. They have competitive pricing and unique items. The only thing I wish they had that they don't is fresh produce and more health products (shampoos and things).


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Fun all-vegan shop - Edit

Fun all-vegan shop with clothing, trinkets, pet stuff, and food. Not really a place to do your weekly shopping but lots of awesome items I've never seen before (especially food). Loved the snack and freezer sections.

Pros: Unique items, Food I've never seen before, Huge Field Roast selection


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Great But Small - Edit

Cute little all vegan market. Found some things I have not seen elsewhere. The staff were super friendly and helpful.
Updated from previous review on Saturday August 02, 2014

Pros: Vegan, Good Selection, Decent Prices

Cons: Small


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Damn vegans and their privileged lives! - Edit

The best thing about this "health food store" is that there is a lot of unhealthy stuff inside - like lollies and chocolates and ice-cream.

Places like this make first world life easy. Thank you.


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Great All-Vegan Shop - Edit

Vegan Haven has it all- great location, fantastic cause, friendly volunteers, awesome selection, and so many treats!

They just expanded and are now double the size. The prices are the same or less than Whole Foods and they have a ton of local and specialty vegan stuff like cat/dog food, frozen treats, sweets, bathroom/beauty stuff- the list goes on and on. This is such a cool vegan store and seems way less pretentious than some others. Plus its all in support of the pigs!

Pros: huge selection, great cause, friendly staf

Cons: absolutely none


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Superb selection - Edit

Great little place in Seattle that was loaded with amazing stuff. I have been to quite a few vegan markets and this is one of the best in terms of selection. Also super clean and friendly. Will be back next time I am in Seattle!


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Couldn't Live Without It! - Edit

I love this little store!! The people are friendly, the vibes are good, and they have so much great stuff there - a lot of it is stuff you just can't find elsewhere! This store has introduced me to so many amazing veg foods that I eat all the time now! (Ok maybe not all the time, but when the craving strikes! Most are comfort foods). Mac and chreese, basil pesto, mushroom stroganoff, garlic naan, raspberry+coconut "dillo" (vegan twinkie!), vegan marshmallows, bean chips.... good ol' vegan junk food! We all gotta treat ourselves now and then :) I wish there were more places like Vegan Haven!
Did I mention they also have books, magazines, purses, jewelry, nail polish, soaps, and more? :D

Pros: everything is vegan! :D, lots of different types of products, very friendly people

Cons: would love to see it grow/be bigger, closes kind of early for Seattle


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Packed with vegan goodies - Edit

The Vegan Haven has now doubled in size and carries even more yumminess. Go there!

An all vegan store, yey!!
Went there after brunch at Wayward Cafe right across the street.
Lots of vegan goodies that I had not seen before and special treats! Unfortunately I could not get frozen food but there was a great selection of food items, personal items, and funky recycled cotton socks! They also have a decent selection of vegan wines and beers.
Money goes to support the pigs sanctuary so what's not to love?
Updated from previous review on Sunday February 10, 2013


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Rad little vegan store - Edit

I was pretty excited to see that there was a vegan grocery store. I was so disappointed by Karmavore last time I went I was kind of scared to get my hopes up for this place. It was more than I could have expected and they sold products I didn't see in Whole Foods or Canada. Including Alternative Baking Company cookies. Yes please! Plus as far as I could tell, the store is helping pigs in sanctuaries. A win for all! Also all the weird and amazing vegan meat substitutes you could ever hope or wish for. A crazy chocolate selection and a few other things like wallets and pins.

Pros: A huge amount of meat alternatives, Cookies!, Chocolate!

Cons: A little small


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Great store for vegans on the Ave. - Edit

Vegan Haven is a great pit stop when you're on the run - they carry pre-made sandwiches from The Wayward Cafe and the folks who run the Plum chain. They also have a free lending library of vegan books and cookbooks, as well as some free vegetarian propaganda like booklets for young readers that tell you about the rescue pigs at the sanctuary. They used to carry a little zine with bios of some of the pigs - who doesn't love a good pig story with a happy ending?!

Pros: fast, vegan sandwiches to go, great cause


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Lots of great products - Edit

It is a small store, but so packed with all of the vegan specialties that it becomes a regular place to shop. I particularly love the Twilight candy bars, Soy Delicious ice cream, deli sandwiches, and fresh baked goods on the counter. They also have vegan make up, pet food, books, belts, bags, and more.

It is so nice to spend money at a store where you know it is all going to help a good cause - Pigs Peace Sanctuary. I have volunteered at this sanctuary and it includes more than just pigs. It is such an eye opener to the sad reality of what factory farmed animals go through and to how dog-like pigs actually are.

Pros: Tons of vegan speciality items, $ goes to a good cause


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great little shop - Edit

there are tons of vegan items available at the store. the staff has always been helpful and friendly. i might be biased, i did volunteer there when i lived in seattle. anyway, when you support this place, you support pigs peace sanctuary.

Pros: all vegan, friendly, helps support pig peace


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