What a week it’s been here at Beat headquarters! We kicked things off on Monday by launching a major website redesign and introducing our advertising program and have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support for the changes ever since. Thanks … Continue reading
Tag Archives: vegan
While there’s a lot of awareness these days about food preferences and allergies, there’s still often a stigma around vegetarian and vegan food that it’s not delicious. This may be in part because Boston, unlike most other major cities, doesn’t have … Continue reading
I’ve always loved the idea of diners, but I’m often disappointed by their greasy, unimaginative fare that leaves me feeling too full and unsatisfied. So when I heard about Veggie Galaxy, a diner that only serves vegetarian/vegan food, my interest … Continue reading
I was really excited when I heard Davis Square was getting a falafel restaurant and after my first visit to Amsterdam Falafelshop, I’m even happier that this eatery has found its way to Somerville.
Harvard Square is teeming with restaurants of all kinds. Between Tory Row (European-American), Border Cafe (Mexican), Legal Seafood (fish + more), Mr. Bartley’s (burgers) and so much more (pizza, sushi, frozen yogurt/ice cream), you can pretty much eat any type … Continue reading
As you’ve probably noticed, I absolutely love eating really delicious food, often of the vean/vegetarian variety. So I was really excited when a vegetarian friend from college wanted to get lunch and was eager to try Life Alive in Cambridge’s Central … Continue reading
I’m not sure where I read about Cafe Indigo, located in Cocord, N.H., (NH Magazine, Yankee Magazine, Twitter?), but I knew the next time I drove north on I-93 around lunch time, I was going to stop there. A vegan … Continue reading