Bring friends: Your fav food in a swanky new space
Posted on 02 / 02 / 2015
The new location in a word: Swank. In three words: Swank. Spacious. Bright.
The Wayward for breakfast, yay! Awhile back when they updated their menu, I made a point to stray from my favorites (Biscuits Minimus, Lost Souls scramble and Very Veggie omelet -- maybe with a side of steamed greens and a cinnamon roll) and try new items. Every time we went, I ordered something new until I'd tried just about everything that would fit in my belly (the menu includes some very big, hearty dishes). It's great to have a place you can trust to experiment.
I can now report: It's all good.
In the new location, the Wayward has lost its edgy, self-serve diner-ness and added servers (nice, friendly!). We're already planning to bring more family and friends here — space will accommodate — and I can see us coming more often for dinner.
Gosh, nostalgia: I remember two locations ago my first meal at the Wayward. My mother-in-law actually found and suggested it. I had no idea such a place existed — an all vegan breakfast? The location was, well, rustic, but I was in awe of the menu. Vegan biscuits and gravy?! Wow!
Newly vegan, I was a little intimidated (don't fear the vegan!) but totally delighted.
Then, Wayward moved just south of U-District, to vegan-ville (Vegan Haven, Pizza Pi, Araya Thai), it became our go-to breakfast home. We started to run into friends here — impromptu meet-ups.
The new location — still not far from Vegan Haven — invites more people. It's bigger, brighter and less of a nook.
But you can still order anything you want off the menu with confidence. Fantastic!
The future is vegan.
All vegan, all the time!, Price, portions, Everything breakfast!
Health food? Not so much., Not open after 2 a.m., darn!