Veg Restaurants

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  • ty
  • Updated 04/17/2013
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Essential dish: Vegetarian steak and cheese Every item on the tot-and-burger-filled menu at Clarendon's rocker watering hole can be prepared vegetarian - even the BLTs and bowls of chili-mac. But it is the greasy, could-have-come-from-Philly veggie cheesesteak that reader Suzie Lemieux calls "one of my favorite meals. With a great beer, of course." To make it, seitan is tossed onto a griddle with

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Essential dish: Vegetarian steak and cheese Every item on the tot-and-burger-filled menu at Clarendon's rocker watering hole can be prepared vegetarian - even the BLTs and bowls of chili-mac. But it is the greasy, could-have-come-from-Philly veggie cheesesteak that reader Suzie Lemieux calls "one of my favorite meals. With a great beer, of course." To make it, seitan is tossed onto a griddle with

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ssential dish: Vegan grilled Reuben How, you might be asking, could a sandwich without an inch of corned beef and Swiss cheese ever qualify as a Reuben? For those who miss the unforgettable mouthful of creamy, sour and crunchy that a Reuben provides, the vegan version at Great Sage fits the bill and then some. Filled with baked tempeh and a thick bed of tangy sauerkraut, the sandwich (which is pai

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Essential dish: Vegetarian pho Vegetarians can find a way to tweak almost any dish until it's meat-free, but one dish perpetually stumps us: pho. The soul of any bowl of the Vietnamese staple is its broth, and broth almost without exception is made with beef bones. That's why Pho 14's vegan pho proves such a find. The rich, brown broth is surprisingly full of flavor, thanks to one ingredient that

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loaded Chicago-style hot dogs

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Vegan wings

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Caramelized tofu with lemongrass

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pan seared tofu

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Wonton noodle soup

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Tacos de Hongos

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