For all those out there thinking us vegans are sacrificing great food for better heath and hearts, well, think again! Vedge, a vegan restaurant in Philadelphia’s historic Tiger Building, has just won some very high honors.
According to VegNews.com:
Zagat—the well-known guide to restaurants around the world—has named a vegan restaurant as the number one place to dine in Philadelphia.
And Philly.eater.com reports:
The survey polled 5,001 people to yield a ranking of the city’s 50 best restaurants, in addition to attempting to gauge Philly diners’ spending habits, service likes and dislikes, and how they feel about Brussels sprouts.
Vegde has been open since the Fall of 2011 and boasts a globally-inspired menu with a focus on local ingredients. Owned by husband/wife team Richard Landau and Kate Jacoby, “Vedge offers a classically elegant dining experience with a progressive, bold approach to cooking.”
If you’re not headed to Philly anytime soon, pick up the Vedge cookbook today!