Maryland Vegan Eats Fights for Maryland Restaurants During Vegan Restaurant Week - Aug. 1 through Aug. 9
This summer, Maryland Vegan Eats plans to mask on and "fight" for Maryland restaurants in a truly compassionate way by encouraging food service establishments, that are open and available to their customers during these trying times, to offer healthy, plant-based and/or vegan menu items as part of their menu selections.
By: Maryland Vegan Eats
From August 1 through August 9, please join in this "fight" during the summer edition of Vegan Restaurant Week: Fight For Maryland Restaurants!
Registration for restaurant participation is now open and for the first time registration fees are being waived! Restaurants now is the the chance to join in! Participating restaurants will produce healthier, tastier and creative plant-based cuisines that reduce animal cruelty and save the environment while offering up these options to customers on their menus. Best of all, there will be something for every foodie, vegan or otherwise.
Maryland Vegan Eats is the brainchild of the Land of Kush and the Golden West Cafe. The mission of Vegan Restaurant Week is to bridge the gap by increasing the awareness, benefits and accessibility of a plant-based diet through a fun, innovative and community-based experience. Maryland is an exciting and vibrant state full of unique counties, towns and neighborhoods boasting incredible diversity. Nothing brings people together quite like good food. The mission of Maryland Vegan Restaurant Week is to bridge the gap by increasing the awareness, benefits and accessibility of a plant-based diet through a fun, innovative and community-based experience. Maryland Vegan Restaurant Week became an instant hit when more than 30 local Baltimore restaurants joined for the inaugural event in August of 2017.
At Maryland Vegan Restaurant Week, everyone is welcome. Join in.
Visit www.mdveganeats.com for links to menus, locations and more info. Maryland Vegan Restaurant Week is sponsored by the Black Vegetarian Society of Maryland, A Well-Fed World (http://www.awellfedworld.org)