The menu presented a wide array of vegan and vegetarian options. I got the “Signiture Plant Burger” a blend of beets, lentils, mushrooms, cashews, and bulgur wheat on whole wheat breadwith sauerkraut and wasabi, as well as homemade ketchup and raspberry aioli-splendid.
I also ordered a raw juice since Boston is seriously lacking in that department. The Spicy Red gave the fiery kick of ginger, with the sweet sugars of beets and apple.
The meal was so filling and satisfying, I would love to go back right now!
I was joined for lunch my the mother of my dear friend Oakley Boycott-Diane Corsick. She is an inspiring force and newly re-located to the bay area-somewhere I think she can truly flourish. Our conversation revolved on her recent adventures to Bhutan, where I was heading with my life, and reminisces about growing up in Lander, WY.