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VegKC Restaurant Meetup - Blue Koi (Pending Confirmation)

  • Needs a location

  • We should have a table top or window sign, and hopefully a big friendly group of people.
  • We will be selecting and posting a venue for this month's restaurant event shortly.  Some of our favorite Veg friendly places in the area that you may enjoy checking out are FüD (vegan), Cáfe Gratitude (vegan), Eden Alley (vegetarian), Waldo Pizza (vegan menu), Blue Koi Noodles & Dumplings, Mud Pie Vegan Bakery and Cáfe, Aladdin Cáfe (Middle Eastern), il Lazzarone (Neapolitan style pizza), Blue Nile (Ethiopian), Korma Sutra (Indian), Malay Cafe (Malaysian), Thailand Restaurant, Chez Elle Creperie and Coffee House (gluten free/vegan substitutions), Vietnam Cafe, and Fervere Bakery. There are many other options in the area to explore.

    Some popular Veg friendly chains include: Planet Sub, Chipotle (pinto beans now vegan? Added Sofritas!), The Mixx, PF Changs, Ruby Tuesday (salad bar), Taco Bell, Panera Bread / Saint Louis Bread Company (breads may not be strictly vegan), Noodles & Company, Pei Wei Asian Diner, Subway, Houstons (veg burger - order vegan bread), among others...

    If you're new to a particular type of food and interested in ordering it veg*n, be sure to ask or research what to substitute for or order it without... For example: Thai food often has fish sauce, egg, or oyster sauce.  Waldo pizza has soy cheese - which isn't vegan - see their vegan menu.  Vietnamese food often uses fish sauce - substitute peanut sauce.  Indian food frequently has ghee or butter.

    You may find some useful veg-info at

    If you RSVP, show up.

    .. please check back, details will be posted here.

    Please - respect the RSVPs! If you choose to come RSVP and SHOW UP! We understand that life happens, and if you might not make it, please update your RSVP to no! This is absolutely necessary to insure that venues continue to accommodate us.

    If you enjoy our events as much as we do, please also consider donating a dollar or two to help us cover our Meetup costs. Contribute online or in person.

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  • Michael J.
    VegKC Photographer, Organizer,
    Event Host

    If you're looking for a very relaxed way to visit with other veg inclined people and explore... more

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