Explore Plant-based Cuisine During PVD Vegan Restaurant Week

Starting on World Vegan Day on November 1 through November 7, local restaurants in Providence and surrounding areas will serve vegan dishes and prixe-fixed meals.

An example of a vegan bowl at Plant City. Photo by Jamie Coelho.

We’ve all heard of different restaurant weeks in Rhode Island, but none of them have been exclusive to the vegan diet until now.

Starting on World Vegan Day on November 1 through November 7, local restaurants in Providence and surrounding areas will be participating in PVD Vegan Restaurant Week. Similar to other restaurant weeks, each participating restaurant will offer plant-based dishes or serve a pre-fixe two- or three-course meal. Participating restaurants include Like No Udder, Rasoi, Veggie Fun, Wara Wara, AS220, Black Sheep, Twelve Plants, Crazy Burger, Revival, By Chloe., Good Game Grill, the Glow, Angelo’s Civita Farnese, Morse Tavern, India, Rebelle Artisan Bagels, Fully Rooted, Plant City, Roma Capoccia, Garden Grille, Aleppo Sweets, Velocity Coffee, Wildflour, the Grange, Yoleni’s, Kabob and Curry, Uno Pizzeria and Grill, Rasa, Raffa, Rhody Roots and. Get a sneak peek at the menus here.

It’s a fun way for traditional restaurants that don’t serve exclusively vegan food to participate by taking their style and applying it to vegan cuisine. Dishes like Crazy Burger’s bean street burger, Plant City’s tofu pad thai and Kabob and Curry’s vegetable samosa are from familiar places that are renowned for vegan food. This is a great opportunity for those who are loyal lovers of the restaurant’s main fare but want to branch out into something new.

Each restaurant is offering a plant-based menu selection so hop on over to vegrestaurantweek.com for more details!

 

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