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 Post subject: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2012 2:30 pm 
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The terrible contest-winning name is now official, it looks like.

Carry on.

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2012 7:43 pm 
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There's no way I will ever call it Vegan Haven. Even though that's the least terrible of all the terrible names that went up for voting.

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2012 9:31 pm 
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Ugh. The V-District all the way! (Or, you know, Sidecar. It was a fine name!)


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
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I am going to keep calling it Sidecar. Mostly because I will forget that the name changed.

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
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Boo hiss.

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:38 pm 
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katiejayne wrote:
I am going to keep calling it Sidecar. Mostly because I will forget that the name changed.


This!


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 7:21 pm 
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agreed!
doh should've shorten the name to sidecar because that's how everyone referred to the store.


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
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They could be called Poop Wonder and I'd still go there because their prices are awesome! Plus, the indian store across the street. That should be honorarily added to the V-District list because my cooking has expanded to healthy dimensions of vegan-ocity because of them.

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
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We don't care what you call it!
Sidecar or Vegan Haven...
the important part is it's still owned by Pigs Peace Sanctuary and shopping there still supports all the pigs and their friends up in Stanwood, Washington, not to mention our own vegan taste buds with the one stop vegan shopping needs!
Also whats important is that you all still come out and support the Vegan Bake Sales where 100% of proceeds support Pigs Peace Sanctuary (and again your taste buds).
Which brings me to this:
WHO: YOU ARE INVITED (to come buy treats and eat them, or to bake treats and bring them: email BakeSale@pigspeace.org for baker details and to sign up)
WHAT: WORLD WIDE VEGAN BAKE SALE at VEGAN HAVEN (Formally or forever Sidecar)
WHEN: Saturday April 20th 12pm-8pm & Sunday the 21st from 10am-7pm
WHERE: Vegan Haven (Sidecar): 5270 B University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105
WHY: Why not?! To support World Wide Vegan Bake Sale, and to Support PIGS PEACE SANCTUARY and to get involved in your local vegan community and to taste the amazingness that everyone bakes and creates for this amazing cause!
Hope to see you all there!
Thanks,
Brittany (Vegan Haven Bake Sale Coordinator for the World Wide Vegan Bake Sale)
PS. I still call it Sidecar too! I am trying tho... see you at Side...Vegan Haven ;)


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
PostPosted: Sun Nov 03, 2013 9:56 pm 
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Whatever you call it (and yeah, I still call it Sidecar) it's expanding. As far as I can tell, it's adding the space next to it in addition to the space it's in currently? At any rate, more space should mean more products/selection.

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
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Great news!

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
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Have any of you been since they expanded? I'm thinking I'll go this week to pick up some things for Thanksgiving. I'm excited to see it. It was tiny (but still wonderful) before!


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
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I went last week! So far it doesn't seem like they've added much new stuff yet, everything is just sort of spread out now instead of being all cramped. But it's HUGE now and hopefully they'll add some new products!


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
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Simply_Love wrote:
I went last week! So far it doesn't seem like they've added much new stuff yet, everything is just sort of spread out now instead of being all cramped. But it's HUGE now and hopefully they'll add some new products!


The expansion cost many dollars, so we'll (hi, I'm a volunteer there) be filling out the selection and filling in the shelves/coolers/freezers gradually over the next few months. We've already got way more stock than we did a couple of weeks ago. I'm in there twice a week, and there's always something new. It's super exciting.

Most of the volunteers still call it Sidecar. And most of the customers. My household has taken to calling it The VH.

Doh (our former manager) had nothing to do with the name change - no control over it, no say in it. This was the sanctuary owner's doing.

We're having another bake sale this coming Saturday, the 21st.


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle: Sidecar is dead. Long live... Vegan Haven?
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veganchubosaurus wrote:

The expansion cost many dollars, so we'll (hi, I'm a volunteer there) be filling out the selection and filling in the shelves/coolers/freezers gradually over the next few months. We've already got way more stock than we did a couple of weeks ago. I'm in there twice a week, and there's always something new. It's super exciting.


Oh, I definitely wasn't complaining! The selection has always been awesome (like I'm pretty sure I can get more vegan goodies there than I can at WF and PCC combined haha).

I'm going tomorrow to get goodies, so it'll be exciting to look for what's new!


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