Animal Rights Rochester is introducing an exciting new free program to help support potential vegans. The Vegan Living Program brings people interested in going vegan together with an experienced vegan coach for a five week program that meets at Rochester Vegan Community Center.
Would you like support to go vegan, or do you know someone else who might? We are currently accepting Pledge applications for our first session.
If you’ve been vegan for a year, would you like to be a Coach? Or would you like to volunteer at the meetings or some other way? Do you know someone who would like to be a vegan Pledge? Would you like to donate to help support this free program, and send someone to vegan camp?
Details on the program and the upcoming session are here. Thank you for your support!
Lanai has a vegan menu! Located in the historic East End, this Hawaiian restaurant is dedicated to bringing creative food, innovative drinks, and authentic island hospitality to Rochester, NY.
Thanks to our once again in-kind sponsor GoMacro for their donation of 400 MacroBar Minis! Arrive at the festival early to score one in our 100 SWAG bags, or volunteer and get one for sure!
We have our first in-kind sponsor for 2018! We’re so happy that Zevia has offered to donate 10 cases of pop to the festival!
Amaya Indian Cuisine has vegan menus! Located in Brighton Tops Plaza, they have a bar and serve a variety of dishes from different regions of India. They have 3-4 vegan items in their daily lunch buffet.
Amaya was a vendor at the 2017 Rochester VegFest. Here is their Happy Cow profile. A stack of their vegan menus was right by the front door:
John’s Tex Mex has many vegan options, and now you can ask for a vegan menu when you go in! They also have rotating vegan dinner specials on Monday that they post ahead of time on Facebook and Instagram, and do Buffalo Tofu Tacos and Burritos on Saturdays. Located on South Avenue, they have indoor and outdoor seating and serve lunch, dinner, and drinks. Here is their Happy Cow entry.
Tap & Mallet serves craft beer and pub fare on Gregory Street and now has a vegan menu! The items are mostly included in their regular menu, but ask for the vegan menu there. It’ll be this:
Here is their Happy Cow entry.
You can use these free cards to let restaurants know you’d like them to participate in the Roc Vegan Guide!
Look for them at the Rochester Vegan Community Center. They’re in an acrylic box outside the door, so you can stop by anytime!
Look for Tapas 177 Lounge‘s vegan menu within their regular menu. Their cuisine is a fusion of familiar & exotic flavors from around the world.
See vegan menu below.
Sol Burrito, located on Monroe Avenue near Goodman, has had a vegan menu since September.
You can see their vegan menu below. It’s also posted as a photo at Happy Cow, along with other information.