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Best Vegetarian Spots in Detroit

In honor of American Heart Month, BLAC Detroit searches for the city's top vegan and vegetarian-friendly eateries.

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Detroit Vegan Soul:

Detroit Vegan Soul was among the top 4 finalists in the 2012 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest for entrepreneurs. The lunch and dinner delivery service plans to open Detroit’s first vegan soul café in the West Village neighborhood in spring 2013.

Until then, the curious can sample Detroit Vegan Soul’s menu on Sunday, Feb. 24 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. The event, called “Soulful Sunday with Detroit Vegan Soul” offers vegan breakfast items ranging from a “Big Breakfast” – scrambled tofu, red skin onions, vegan sausage and mini banana nut muffins – to “Catfish” Tofu served with polenta “Cheez” grits and fresh fruit.

detroitvegansoul.com

Goodwells Natural Food Market & Deli:

418 W. Willis St., Detroit

313-831-2130

This Midtown organic grocery store sells vegetarian and vegan foods, including soups and kitchen staples. A Goodwells fan favorite is the store’s “Pocket Sandwich,” – a soy patty with tofu sauce, sprouts, tomato and cucumber slices. 

"Some other favorites are our 'Avocado Delight' (a sandwich like the "Pocket Sandwich," minus the patty), steamed vegetables and brown rice, we make these tostadas with refried beans, onions, tomatoes, and a little bit of jalapenos and cheese that are very popular," according to Joshua Taylor, a Goodwells employee.

facebook.com/pages/Goodwells-Natural-Foods-Market/141592229213644 

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