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Here’s what to know about Phoenix Vegan Restaurant Week

Green: New American Vegetarian, Pachamama, Salvadoreño Restaurant
Posted at 11:50 AM, Sep 08, 2022
and last updated 2022-09-08 14:50:50-04

PHOENIX — Phoenix Vegan Restaurant Week is right around the corner! The week-long event runs from September 11- 18.

What’s cooking? Several restaurants in the Valley will showcase a special item on their menus in addition to their regular menus or they’ll offer a multi-course at set prices.

“Last year, Phoenix Vegan Restaurant Week was so well received by the community. Every eatery that participated reported a significant increase in traffic during the event. This year promises to be even bigger and better,” said Jozh Watson, founder of PHX Vegan, in a press release.

SPECIALS
According to event officials, meal special offerings will be “capped” at a certain price and “menus include not only dine-in, but take-out as well.”

Here’s what to keep in mind:

  • Breakfast: offerings will feature an entrée & drink and will be capped at $15.
  • Lunch: this meal will feature an appetizer, entrée, and drink and will be capped at $20.
  • Dinner: a three-course option is available for a max of $33 or a five-course meal with a cap of $44.

PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS

  • Goji Berry Cafe
  • Beaut Burger
  • The Coronado
  • Desert Roots Kitchen
  • Dilla Libre (Phoenix and Scottsdale)
  • Dos Pink Tacos
  • Freak Brothers Pizza
  • Giving Tree Café
  • Gooder Goods
  • Green: New American Vegetarian
  • La Locanda Italian Bistro
  • Nanas Kitchen
  • Pachamama
  • Salvadoreño Restaurant (Phoenix, Mesa, El Mirage)
  • Simon’s Hot Dogs

To see the full list of restaurants and their menus, click here.

HERE'S A SCOOP
The creators of the restaurant Earth Plant Based Cuisine opened their second plant-based business in Downtown Phoenix; say hello to Goji Berry Café.

Goji Berry Café menu items

“We have gluten-free options, something that’s light and [we’re also] doing mocktails; so that’s another thing that I think people are looking forward to,” said Keyla Aguilar, co-owner of Goji Berry Café. “[For the mocktails] we’re using alternatives for alcohol, and they’re made with distilled botanicals which are actually good for you and the drinks are really, really good.”

Read more about the café, right here.