What's the best thing to do on a lazy Sunday after the crosswords? Eat leisurely & relax with like-minded homies of course. Please join us for a laid-back Sunday brunch at PEACE CAFE with activist/author ERIK MARCUS on July 8, 2012 at 11A.
Opened in 2010 with the philosophy that "a peaceful mind creates peace on earth", PEACE CAFE has the distinction of being the first v*gan restaurant & bakery in Honolulu. Using only "pure & whole foods that Mother Nature provides", the PEACE CAFE menu features fresh, mostly organic ingredients in its delicious sandwiches, entrees, desserts, and refreshments.
COST: Option to individually order/pay, or to sample different dishes, $13-$15/person family-style (including tax, tips and 5% discount to VSH members). Cash preferred.
RSVP: Here, or email: [masked]. Space is limited. Please DO come if you RSVP. Or let us know if you cannot.
PARKING: Free on street on Sundays.
ABOUT ERIK: With degrees from UC Santa Cruz, Columbia University, and over 20 years of vegan living, ERIK MARCUS is one of the youngest and most passionate advocate in the animal rights movement. As the author of Vegan: The New Ethics of Eating, (1998); Meat Market: Animals, Ethics, & Money, (2005); The Ultimate Vegan Guide: Compassionate Living Without Sacrifice (Second Edition), (2011), and e-book A Vegan History: 1944-2010, (2011), his intention is to share insights on how easy it is for anyone to richly transition from the "standard American diet" (SAD) to healthy veganism in all its aspects and forms.
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