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Vancouver restaurants to offer deals on plant-based eats during first-ever Vegan Week

Get out and give these veg-friendly spot a try. 🌱
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Hurrak Osbao at Nuba. Photo courtesy Nuba

Here in Vancouver it's pretty easy to live that plant-based life, thanks to restaurants that either specialize in vegan eats or the many that offer vegan-friendly dishes. 

Now a few of Vancouver's popular veg-centric eateries have signed on to take part in the city's inaugural Vegan Week. It's an initiative out of Portland, Oregon that aims to get more people out and trying vegan food available across the city.

Taking place February 24 through March 1, Vancouver's Vegan Week so far features four local restaurants - though more may sign on as the launch date approaches. You'll find Vegan Week offerings at Vancouver's Nuba, Beetbox, Tacofino, and Bandidas Taqueria.

Here's what each Vancouver spot is featuring during Vegan Week:

Nuba: Hurrak Osbao ($17.95)

Lebanese style pasta with pomegranate-tomato sauce, lentils, fresh cilantro & mint, toasted walnuts, and crispy onions. Gluten Free.

Address: Four Vancouver locations (GastownMount PleasantYaletown and  Kitsilano

Tacofino: Vegan Lentil Burrito ($12)

Vegan lentil chorizo, cabbage & kale slaw, vegan chipotle mayo, beans, onion-cucumber relish and pickled pumpkin.

Address: Six Vancouver locations (Hastings Commissary, Gastown’s Taco Bar, Downtown’s OasisYaletown, Mount Pleasant’s Ocho and Kitsilano) and food trucks

Beetbox: Seitan Fried 'Chick-un' Sandwich ($9)

SeitanFriedChick-UnSandwich_3Seitan Fried 'Chick-Un' Sandwich at Beetbox. Photo courtesy Beetbox

The Seitan Fried Chick-Un Sandwich: an instant plant-based, comfort-food classic combining breaded & fried seitan, miso ‘aioli’, iceberg lettuce and spicy pickled cucumber.

Address: 1074 Davie St, Vancouver

Bandidas Taqueria: Vegan Cecil’s Salad with Tempeh ($17)

An abundant tortilla salad with roasted corn, black beans, fresh-cut tomato salsa, tempeh, Daiya cheese, and crushed tortilla chips on a bed of green leaf lettuce and dressed with our house-made lime avocado dressing. A truly wholesome and scrumptious salad.

Address: 2781 Commercial Dr, Vancouver

Additionally, many of these restaurants have an abundance of plant-based dishes on their menus, or ones that can easily be customized to be animal-free, so you can really embark on a vegan feast, any day. 

Vegan Week

When: Feb. 24-March 1, 2020

Where: Participating restaurants in Vancouver (and in Portland, Oregon)





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