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Windy City Vegan – Chicago Veggie Diner

Dinner last night was at Chicago’s famous Veggie Diner. The menu’s nicely varied – not too focused on the faux-meats, with a broad variety of dishes, as well…

Vegan Open Source: VegGuide.org

I love this post from Dave Rolsky at Compassionate Action for Animals, in which he outlines the philosphy behind VegGuide.org and how it differs from competing national and…

Vegan New York – Candle Cafe, Gobo

So I’ve fallen way behind in writing up good vegan restaurants I run into on my travels. Luckily no ones had trouble finding good vegan grub in Manhattan…

Lunch at Veganopolis – Portland

Took the opportunity to flee the Oregon Convention Center at lunch today and head over to Veganopolis for lunch. Just a few short MAX stops from the convention…

Veggie Guide to Portland (Yahoo Pipe)

Next week I will be in Portland, OR for OSCON 2007. I know there’s a lot of great vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants and stores there, but I don’t…

Vegan London, continued – Blue Elephant

On our last night in London, we made our way over to Fulham for Blue Elephant Royal Thai Cuisine. It’s in a very unassuming part of Fulham, near…

Vegan London – Mildred’s in Soho

While in London (photos here) we had dinner at a local institution – Mildreds in Soho, a vegetarian restaurant for the last 17 years. We knew right away…

Positively Vegetarian – DeMuths, in Bath

We spent a night in Bath, on our way to Bristol airport to fly over to Dublin. Bath’s a great town – we could have spent another couple…

Vegan Ireland Part I – Mulcahys, Prego, and Guiness

After a few days in the Cotswolds and one in Bath, we headed off to Ireland. Dublin (photos) was a whirlwind of pubs, tours, and general craziness –…

Vegan Wasington DC

I was in DC the other day on business, and had an hour to grab lunch near the Georgetown area. I don’t really know Washington DC well, but…

Vegan Cotswolds

My wife and I recently spend a week and a half in the UK and Ireland. This post is the first in a series about the vegan goodness…

Wagamama in Boston!

I guess I’m a bit behind in reporting this, since they opened back in April 2007, but Wagamama has a Boston location at Fanueil Hall! (There’s a map…

Long Island Railroad Sign

Long Island Railroad Sign What do you suppose the icon in the bottom right of the “fire” section is supposed to be? I can understand the “tracks are…

More food options in NY

Not all vegan (or even all vegetarian!) but with some veg-friendly options. I’ve been staying alot over the last month or so in the midtown-west / clinton /…

Google SMS for flight info

(via the Official Google Blog) Google now offers a flight info service (for flights departing from or arriving in the U.S.) with information from flightstats.com. Just text your…

Grand Central Vegan

In New York City this week for work, staying at the Roosevelt Hotel at 45th and Madison. Looking for some vegan grub without going too far, came across…

Vegan Austin

Had lots of good vegan food in Austin during SXSW. One good meal was the basil tofu from Mekong River on Sixth. I ended up eating there a…

What is the allowable seep?

So this morning I was supposed to fly to Cincinnati, OH, which actually means flying to Covington Kentucky, just across the Ohio river. (One of the rivers over…

Vegetarian Kosher Indian – Pongal

In Manhattan this week for a few meetings, I got a chance to try a new place. Pongal, at 110 Lexington Ave in midtown (map), is a vegetarian,…

There has to be a better way

There just has got to be a better way to get access to content from good UK-based music magazines! Subscriptions to the “rest of the world” are incredibly…