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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:05 pm 
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If you live near a Blazing Bagels they have field roast hot dogs and make vegan bagel dogs and also they have vegan cream cheese and it might be housemade, not totally sure about that. I wouldnt go out of my way to go there, but if you're going to be near one, it's totally good. Also could be a good quick lunch/brunch option with omnis.

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:38 pm 
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I go to the Redmond one once in awhile if I ride my bike to Marymoor, but I go to the Bellevue one pretty much every work day because it's right where I get off the bus. I knew they had "veggie dogs" for the bagel dogs but I didn NOT know they were Field Roast. Yum, I might have to try a bagel dog one of these days.

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
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A vegan/vegetarian community site that I've been working on for a long time recently went live. Anybody can add recipes, events, business listings, business/restaurant reviews, participate in forums, etc. Product reviews are coming soon also. I live in the Seattle area so I want to make sure local restaurants are represented accurately, but I've only been living here for 1.5 years and I'm not an expert yet. I would love some help straightening it all out, and also I'd love some general feedback on the site if you're interested in giving it a try for recipes, restaurant reviews, etc.

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2015 7:58 pm 
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You live in Redmond? I do too! Have you been to Yummy Pho?

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2015 10:51 pm 
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Has anyone been here? I was just googling Bellevue vietnamese and found it.
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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
PostPosted: Sat Jul 25, 2015 1:51 am 
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I've been there a bunch of times.

I like the ginger fish. (Do they still have it?) It's a very serviceable place.

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
PostPosted: Sat Jul 25, 2015 10:45 am 
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I've been there a bunch of times.

I like the ginger fish. (Do they still have it?) It's a very serviceable place.

Glowing endorsement!

On that note what is everyone's favorite Vietnamese in the Seattle area? So far I've only been to moonlight and a place in Redmond.

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
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I don't know enough about Vietnamese food.

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I used to like Green Leaf in the ID, but they've been shut down multiple times recently for health code violations :/


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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
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Aw, man. At least 1) they had a good run! 2) it sounds like they're closing for non-sad reasons and 3) we have Cycle Dogs.


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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
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I still haven't been to Cycle Dog (and I have a free one coming to me).

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
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I still haven't been to Cycle Dog (and I have a free one coming to me).


He's got a dog with hash browns on it as the special right now! HASH BROWNS!

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FootFace wrote:
I still haven't been to Cycle Dog (and I have a free one coming to me).


He's got a dog with hash browns on it as the special right now! HASH BROWNS!

WHAT?! That is like my dream hot dog.

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
PostPosted: Thu Jul 30, 2015 10:23 pm 
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katiejayne wrote:
veganchubosaurus wrote:
FootFace wrote:
I still haven't been to Cycle Dog (and I have a free one coming to me).


He's got a dog with hash browns on it as the special right now! HASH BROWNS!

WHAT?! That is like my dream hot dog.


Go go go!!! They're so good and Keaton (the owner/operator) has poured his heart and soul into making this work, so he needs support.

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
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I just ate at Razzi's. It's not the greatest, but they now have a separate vegan menu that is really extensive. Pizza, pasta, calzones, etc. Everything labeled vegan. They love vegans. You should go there.

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
PostPosted: Sun Oct 04, 2015 4:48 pm 
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FootFace wrote:
I just ate at Razzi's. It's not the greatest, but they now have a separate vegan menu that is really extensive. Pizza, pasta, calzones, etc. Everything labeled vegan. They love vegans. You should go there.


They've had that menu for a couple of years now and I still can't get over how huge it is. We're in their delivery area, too, which is dangerous. We really love their chopped salad and the sandwiches. And the mozzarella sticks. And I'm a sucker for split-pea soup.

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
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Yeah, it's not the best food ever but they basically took their entire menu and veganized it and you gotta love that. Now I want a meatball sub...

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
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What should I order at Chaco Canyon? Going there for my work holiday lunch tomorrow, but guess what? We have to pay for ourselves!! Anyway, what do you guys like there?

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
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I get the artichoke melt every time. With the lentil soup. I am boring but pleased with my choice.

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I got the reuben which was good, but Artichoke melt sounds better. Next time! And my boss did end up paying for us. Phew!

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
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Just ate at Travelers Thali House on Beacon Hill. I really liked it. Very cozy and cute. (And the food was good, too.) Many vegan options and everything (or almost everything) can easily be made vegan.

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I'm going to Seattle for the first time in a long time this week! Mostly for work but I'll have some free time. I'm planning on trying Plum Bistro, Wayward Cafe, and Chu Minh. Anywhere else I shouldn't miss? Are there good vegan eats at Pike Place - my hotel is right near there?

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
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Don't miss No Bones Beach Club - it's the best thing going right now.

At Pike Place Market, El Borracho has a small but good vegan menu (the nachos are my favorite!). The Crumpet Shop sells vegan crumpets, Cinnamon Works sells vegan cookies the size of your head, Rachel's Ginger Beer is delicious and about to take the world by storm, and the chowder place has one vegan offering. I'm sure I'm forgetting stuff. Within a few blocks, there's a Veggie Grill, and Cupcake Royale has one vegan flavor. A somewhat longer walk, but doable, is Bang Bang Cafe, which has a great vegan mac & cheese plus sandwiches and burritos.

If you can get to the U-District, check out Vegan Haven, Pizza Pi, and Araya's (Thai)! And if you're here on a weekend and feel like a beer and a fancy hot dog, check Cycle Dogs' schedule - he's always at a brewery.

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 Post subject: Re: [Seattle] Dining Guide
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So I ended up having to eat way more meals with colleagues than I hoped/planned, so didn't get to try out everything on my list (and vegancubosaurus' list - that all sounded amazing!). But here's what I did have..

Plum Bistro, take 1: I went here for dinner with some friends and thought it was delicious. I had the creole spiced tempeh. which was incredible, and my friends' dishes were also very very good. I was so impressed that I went back for..

Plum Bistro, take 2: I came here by myself for weekend brunch. I had the southern slam, which was decent but didn't wow me the way the previous night's dinner did.

Chu Minh: I came here too close to closing (~6:30; apparently they close at 8), so there wasn't a lot left at the buffet. Kind of a bummer as that's what I was hoping to try. But I did get a delicious bahn mi (the fake sesame beef one) with a side of mustard greens, so that was pretty cool.

I can't wait to get back to Seattle! Feels like there's so much I didn't try. :)

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