Things to eat in Denver when you're vegan?
- awurrlu Dec 11, 2008 03:31 PM
Hi all --
Sorry for the silly title, but it worked on so many levels.
I'll be in Downtown Denver for a few days in January, and as the title says, I'll be looking for chow of the non-animal variety.
Now, I'm not a strict vegan -- I'll eat Thai food, which probably has fish sauce in it -- but dairy products are out.
I've already located the nearest Whole Foods (Capitol Hill), but can anyone point me to chowish places that are nearby? It'd be great if there was an alternative to Whole Foods I could go to, as well.
City, O' City sounds promising, so that's already on my list.
Many thanks in advance!
I'll add Watercourse to the list. Thanks!
Unfortunately, happycow.net only suggested Whole Foods for a natural foods store, and also listed City, O' City and Watercourse, along with Govindas. Does anyone have any recommendations for any other ethnic places in the area that I shouldn't miss?
May want to check out Root Down's Veggie Sliders. Really, really good. I will eat an entire cow and I'll still order the veggie sliders over the beef one's there. Comes with a side of curry sauce, which may or may not contain yogurt, but you can get it without. Also can do with no bun, if you're being strict.
1600 W. 33rd Avenue, Denver, CO 80211