veggielicious 2014 toronto

What to expect at Veggielicious 2014

Veggielicious is once again about to spring forth from Toronto's kitchens. Starting this Friday (November 14), the fourth annual event will bring vegan-friendly prix-fixe menus and other specials to a couple dozen Toronto restaurants through November 30.

Naturally, vegan spots like Grasslands and Rawlicious will be offering specials, along with newer faces like Grasshopper Restaurant and Doug's Public Kitchen. A handful of vegetarian restaurants will also be offering all-vegan specials, including Castro's Lounge and Sadie's Diner. But you don't need to be a vegan or a vegetarian restaurant to take part - Glas Wine Bar, Free Times Cafe, five different Magic Oven locations, the Steady, and both locations of Tabule will all be banishing meat for their vegan-friendly specials.

On the bakery side of things, there's specials from vegan-friendly haunts Bunner's (in the Junction and Kensington), Through Being Cool, Sweets From The Earth, and some rotating specials from the prepared foods counter at YamChops. Menu details are still being finalized, but there's plenty to start salivating over on the Veggielicious website. (Who else could really go for a chickpea burrito and a vegan donut right now?)


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