Ann Arbor – “New year, new me” is a phrase many people say this time of year when setting goals for 2023.
For many, that includes switching to a plant-based diet in January.The 30-day challenge, called Veganuary, is believed to have started in the UK by a non-profit that promotes a vegan lifestyle. increase.
A vegan lifestyle and diet eliminates the use or consumption of animal products, including eggs, milk, meat, or other items made from animal parts.
For some people it can be really hard to find eateries that will accept them. We offer a variety of plant-based dishes.
Check out these four Ann Arbor vegan restaurants:
Cinnaholic proves cinnamon rolls are vegan and delicious.
The vegan diner has a menu of giant cinnamon rolls topped with frosting and sprinkles, popcorn, fruit, cookie dough and other toppings. Eaters can order from the menu or create their own custom his cinnamon rolls.
Check out the menu.
Try it at 121 E. Liberty St.
Detroit Street Filling Station
As the go-to restaurant for the townspeople (and vegans), Filling Station has a reputation for serving food so good that meat eaters forget that what they’re eating is 100% vegan.
North Star Loung’s sister restaurant, Kerrytown, offers a wide range of menu items, from delicious spinach and artichoke dips to raspberry basil grilled cheese and grilled tofu banh mi.
Click here for the menu.
Get a table at 300 Detroit Street.
Bars can seem like safe places for vegan eaters. However, some cocktails contain eggs, egg whites, or honey. Additionally, traditional bar food is typically not plant-based.
The only vegan bar in Ann Arbor and possibly the first vegan bar in Michigan, the North Star Lounge offers live music, events, and vegan snacks and drinks.
Here is the menu.
Located at 301 N. Fifth Avenue.
Italian and vegan food don’t seem to work as a combination, but the food trucks in Washtenau County show that they do.
Once a brick-and-mortar store, Vegano Italiano has downsized into a mobile food truck to bring vegan Italian cuisine to more people. The menu consists of classic dishes such as Italian “meatball” subs, pasta, and bruschetta, but with vegan ingredients.
Click here for the menu and food truck schedule Here.
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