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Salt Lake Vegan Trip

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The Rose

Happy Summer Everyone,

I realize it has been a while since I’ve written. As a friend said to me a year ago,
“It’s probably because you haven’t felt you’ve had anything to say.” Not exactly true, but that is part of it. Life also takes over. Doesn’t it for everyone? This is from a recent trip I took to Salt Lake City to visit my aunt & uncle, plus see some dear friends. One of my favorite go-to places is The Rose Establishment. Not only do they have yummy vegan things, like cinnamon rolls and muffins on certain days, but they always have this toasted bread with avocado. It is SO Amazing that I ended up ordering this just about every day I was there…I could literally move to Salt Lake just to order this along with their awesome tea that they serve. They also make great coffee! One day I came back twice to read in the afternoon, I had this amazing tea infused with lavender… It just happened to match my Kindle with the not so correct time setting.

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On another day I had to go back to Sage’s Cafe…

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It says “Vegetarian”, but it is all vegan! It’s another “go-to” place because the food never disappoints, neither does the service!

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If you’ve read my blog before, you know that I love their Jackfruit tacos. YUM! That day I felt like a beer. I seldom drink, but that day it was hot and it went perfectly with this meal.

One of the days I was there, my sweet friend made a few adjustments to my hair…

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Afterwards, I took him to lunch at a new place that I’d heard about called Boltcutter. I was pretty excited about trying this place out…

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…And the menu nor the food disappointed. The prices were also very reasonable.

 

We both ordered the Chorizo Potato dish in wraps…and we had a glass of wine. The food was great, but the wine less so. We talked to the manager, or the guy who looked like he was the manager. My friend asked if it had been sitting for a while. He didn’t offer to bring us any new wine. Just looked and walked sourly around. My friend and I are very polite to people in the service industry. We also leave generous tips, but this guy seemed to not care about anything. As much as I hate to say anything negative about any vegan place, especially since the food was delicious…However, the service could be greatly improved! After this meal, we were stuffed, but then we saw this place next door called “Monkey Wrench” and guess what? It’s ALL Vegan NICE Cream! YESSSS! So after Mr. Sourpuss  that’s where we headed…

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This place seriously did not disappoint and we wanted to chill…

 

I have a thing for Earl Grey Tea, so I tried out this one, plus another scoop of something equally delicious. It was a bit much after lunch, but we did it. Check out the sign above – notice the “ANTI DAIRY” in the top right corner? That had me at “Hello”! Seriously, if you stop in Salt Lake City, just stop there first! Forget the food…LOL! (I’ll put the addresses below to all four places.)

All in all it was a great trip. I got to spend some quality time with my sweet auntie and uncle. They’re from Denmark, so we spoke a mixture of Danish and English (Danglish) while I was there. I also saw a few friends, went on a couple of hikes…had to work some of these calories off that I was eating.

My next post will be about what I’m eating this summer. I’m on a much stricter diet and workout routine since I’m off for a month and a half. How about you? Any great trips? Places to recommend in the country or world?

Recommendations:
The Rose Establishment: 235 S. 400 W. Salt Lake City, UT 84101. M-F: 7am – 6pm | S-S: 8am-?
Sage’s Cafe: 368 E 100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111. (801) 322-3790
Boltcutter: 57 E Gallivan Ave, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Monkey Wrench: 53 E Gallivan Ave, Salt Lake City, UT 84111 

 

 

 

 

 

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