The Low Down
Parking: Free parking is available in the adjacent alley Monday through Friday after 6pm, and all day on weekends.
The Extras: For hard-core vegetarians, the menu clearly marks non-vegan dishes and lets patrons make substitutions, such as soy cheese in place of dairy.
What to Drink: Try a peanut butter vegan milk shake or one of six organic wines and six organic beers.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
The burgers are grain-burgers and the Reuben sandwich is made with grilled tempeh, onion, zucchini, peppers, sauerkraut and Russian dressing. The chili is chock-full of beans and veggies. That's the way it goes at this casual, laid-backâ¦
Well Worth The 6-Hour Trip (And The 30-Minute Wait)
By awesomederek at Menuism
Call me crazy, but this was one of the greatest eating experiences of my life! Well, at least since going... Read More
Absolutely LOVE this place!!!
By GLENDA O. at Judy's Book
I recently switched to a vegan diet. After hearing the raves about this place I decided to visit about 2 months ago. After the first dining experie... Read More
Chicago Diner is a Must Visit
By G C at Insider Pages
The best vegan restaurant in the city. Vegan diners are scarce, so most vegans would be happy enough just to eat here, however, the food is delicio... Read More
Fantastic, creative vegan fare
By YourPersonalChef at Menuism
I fail to understand some of the other reviewers' comments. Perhaps there are too many people writing who... Read More
Great Vegi Food
By temp at Menuism
This is a great small non pretentious vegetarian and vegan restaurant. They do it because they believe in... Read More