Portland has long been considered a great choice for vegan-friendly dining, and with more Americans consuming less meat than ever before, it has become the standard in restaurants in Oregon to include vegan-friendly dishes. Here are a few things you should look out for.
Cornbread Cafe (Desktop 7th Avenue, Eugene) has been established for a decade and considers it to be true although this diner has a 100% vegan base, such as chik'n and waffles, biscuits, and smoky sauce on a grilled bun. In fact, this diner, which features a classic vegan version, was hardly known prior to your first visit. Regardless of whether or not, everything on the menu, including Springfield (338 Main
The Downtown Springfield Brown (Seitan turkey slices, tempeh bacon, and grilled slices on frilled Texas toast) is a traditional southern-style dish. Diners may not be able to get the Eugenewich at this location, but they may also get their specialty The Downtown Springfield Brown (Cheese sauce, and jambalaya)
Guests at Gather (200 E. Main Street, Silverton; 503-874-4888) will enjoy a fresh and locally-sourced breakfast, brunch, or lunch, as well as a variety of Northwest cuisine. Although the better burrito (roasted chickpeas, broccoli, cilantro, and avocado in a warm spinach tortilla) and the quinoa and root vegetable salad (warm quinoa, roasted root vegetables, and broccoli on a bed of organic baby spinach) are both great for breakfast and
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