This place has a fabulous energy which makes you feel like royalty when you walk in (I won’t spoil it). Despite this energy, after trying the fried oyster mushrooms, chick’in & waffles, social-licious chick’n philly, cajun shrimp linguini, and chili queso cheeze fries, I can confidently say that this restaurant nowhere near meets their ambitious claim of “the best vegan restaurant in the nation:” while the fried oyster mushrooms are to die for, the rest of the food simply does not taste as bold and is thus not worth their heavy price tag, especially considering they serve everything in single-use containers. The drinks on the other hand… ;)
Note: As a 100% vegan restaurant, I will always give 5 stars for spearheading the creation of a kinder and more compassionate world. A world where the dystopian practice of serving murdered innocent animals and their byproducts is no longer morally or culturally acceptable. Thank you.