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Downtown restaurants participate in Lexington Vegan Week

Photo of Smithtown Seafood courtesy Lexington Vegan Week

The first annual Lexington Vegan Week is happening in 2021. From January 4 through January 10, several local restaurants plan to offer special vegan menu items as part of this inaugural week long event.

Photo of Smithtown Seafood courtesy Lexington Vegan Week

Many of the participating restaurants are located in downtown Lexington, including:

  • Alfalfa — Vegan Breakfast Bowl (available for brunch only on Sat/Sun)
  • Bourbon n’ Toulouse — Jackfruit BBQ Sandwich w/Coleslaw & a 1/2 order of Black Beans & Rice
  • Broomwagon — “Bánh V” Sandwich (Vegan Bánh Mi)
  • Corto Lima — 3 Cauliflower Al Pastor Tacos
  • ELIXIR Downtown — Spicy Potato Chimichanga stuffed Potato & Seasonal Veggies with Achoite and Coconut Cream, and Salsa Verde served with a Crunchy Cabbage and Herb Salad
  • FoodChain — 2 for 1 Salad Kit
  • Favor Kitchen — Roasted Winter Squash Stew with Jasmine Rice and Kimchi-Lentil Fritters
  • girlsgirlsgirls Burritos— It Ain’t Easy Being Green Burrito or Thai Peanut Bowl
  • Minton’s 760 — Cauliflower Rendang with coconut rice
  • Moody Mike’s — Spicy Jamaican “Beef” Patties
  • North Lime Coffee & Donuts (Limestone Location) Vegan Cinnamon Rolls
  • Not Your Ordinary Vegan — Cheeseburger or BBQ Sandwich plate with fries
  • Smithtown Seafood — Mushroom Po’boy or “Tuna” Salad Wrap
  • The Social Vegan — Special Tasting Event on Saturday, January 9
  • Zim’s Cafe — House-made falafel sandwich with hummus, bibb lettuce, and a cucumber, onion, tomato salad all on a vegan bun

The participating restaurants offer their vegan specials for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner. Check with each individual establishment for the days and times when a special menu item is offered.


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