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#1 Old 10-07-2012, 02:54 PM
 
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I was wondering if anyone had a restaurant chain that was good for vegans. I know it's better to just make ny own, but id like options ya dig??? Lol also I wanna show some vegan pride, what is out there??
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#2 Old 10-07-2012, 03:32 PM
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Loving Hut is pretty good, and they're the only exclusively vegan chain I know of: http://www.lovinghut.com/

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Omg thank you!! I just saw the menu. There's one about 50 minutes from me. I'm excited lol
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I would suggest downloading the VeganXpress app if you have a smartphone. It will give you the options for chain restaurants.

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Have a smartphone, its windows the ugh lol
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PF Chang's and Moe's Southwest Grill have very good vegan options.


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Pf change huh?? We go there cuz they have a good gluten free menu for my mom
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Noodles and Company. There's only a couple things but they're quick and delicious. I like the Japanese pan noodles.

You can look through here: http://www.veganeatingout.com/restaurant-list/

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Pf change huh?? We go there cuz they have a good gluten free menu for my mom

 

All of their "vegetarian" dishes are vegan. I've only ever had the coconut curry vegetables. It was good if you like curry. I look forward to going back and trying something new. :)


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Noodles and Company. There's only a couple things but they're quick and delicious. I like the Japanese pan noodles.
You can look through here: http://www.veganeatingout.com/restaurant-list/

Thank you so much!! I've found quite a few places in my area recently. Vegan pizza joint right in providence RI. I'm a happy vegan lol
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I don't even go out to eat unless it's at a vegan restaurant/vegetarian (mostly vegan, like govindas everything is vegan including desserts, but they offere mozz cheese).

 

I rather really look forward to eating somewhere and have a lot of choices with no change of mix-ups

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So you mean a strictly vegan restaurant? Like u wouldn't go to a place that had both?? Not sure how to gauge my level of vegan lol
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I go to a vegetarian restaurant everything is vegan except you can choose soy or mozz cheese.

 

Other than that nope!

Unless I'm on vacation, boardwalk, concerts, etc. Then I'll purchas something vegan at  a nonvegan restaurant.

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Makes sense lol
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Chipotle has vegan options
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So you mean a strictly vegan restaurant? Like u wouldn't go to a place that had both?? Not sure how to gauge my level of vegan lol

 

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Lol im so glad you said that, I love the Simpsons lol
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Thank you so much!! I've found quite a few places in my area recently. Vegan pizza joint right in providence RI. I'm a happy vegan lol


Wow, where in Providence? I'm a Rhody native who lives in CT, but I get back to Rhody all the time to visit family and friends. I'd LOVE to check this out!

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Lol im so glad you said that, I love the Simpsons lol

 :D Me too! I've been waiting patiently to use that line since I became a member here. 


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Wow, where in Providence? I'm a Rhody native who lives in CT, but I get back to Rhody all the time to visit family and friends. I'd LOVE to check this out!

Its right on Thayer, its called nice slice!
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Its right on Thayer, its called nice slice!


Thank you so much! Am looking forward to trying it out.

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^^you guys are great. So glad I have help. I'm so isolated here lol
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I do get general tsao's bean curd from the chinese takeout place up the street (fried tofu) AND I got really close to the owners of a japanese restaurant and they veganize everything for me other than that only vegan places.

 

When I first became vegan I tried going to regular restaurans and I honestly would rather just cook myself.

I hate having to eat french fries and a sad sad sad side salad......

waste of money and time.

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^^you guys are great. So glad I have help. I'm so isolated here lol


No worries.  :)

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