• Warren's Spirited Kitchen

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Has a vegan paella on the menu - ask what else can be vegan. Serves complementary French bread with herb infused olive oil.

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2 Reviews

First Review by VeganUSA


Points +16

25 Jan 2022

Highly recommend

They have plenty of vegan options, lots of vegan sides so you can build your own meal, and they have a new chef who is adding even more vegan entree’s to the menu. They also carry Beyond burgers.

Pros: Decent amount of vegan options, Accommodating



Points +6756

25 Sep 2018

Upscale country dining, but limited vegan options

Warren's Spirited Kitchen is a fun special-treat, special occasion destination when visiting the historic town of Burton, Ohio, in maple syrup country. It's worthy of a visit on a special outing, but not one I'd go to over and over, because of the limited vegan options, but also because the options tend to be less healthy - high in fat and salt.
On our last visit, we enjoyed tasty, but not necessarily healthy deep-fried corn on the cob (we got it without the cheese and miso butter, and it was still rich in fat). An appetizer of white bread with hot-pepper infused oil was delicious, but again was oil-based. Veggie paella was all vegan, but bland; we added the leftover hot pepper oil to make it more tasty.
The menu indicates that "The Impossible Burger" is offered, which will make some vegan patrons happy; we prefer in-house vegan burger recipes made from wholefood ingredients versus a packaged option that may not be wholefood based and does not distinguish itself from the same Impossible Burger served at another dozen or more establishments in the area.
On a previous visit, over a year ago, the restaurant had an amazing bean cassoulet with shan tofu and onion cream - all vegan. It is no longer on the seasonal menu, and nothing outstanding has taken its place.

Pros: Excellent service, Tourist destination location, Upscale menu and seasonal offerings

Cons: Limited vegan options, Not necessarily healthy vegan options, Relies on Impossible Burger vs. in-house option

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