Lots Of Vegan Options On Long Beach Island Summer 2017

Dated: 05/31/2017

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Although Living on the Veg will always be my favorite when it comes to plant-based breakfast & lunch options, there are a few new eateries in town that offer plenty of plant-based vegan options! 

1. Carol's Organic Eatery in Beach Haven is new in town! Offering a full menu of organic eats with lots of plant-based options! 

2. Uncles Wills in Beach Haven isn't just for breakfast anymore! Serving a full dinner with wine that can be purchased, this family favorite is rounding out their menu with dinner specials sure to please! Vegan-friendly with whole grain quinoa and roasted veggies! 

3. Tuckers in Beach Haven now has a veg-friendly menu with tofu and roasted veggies! The bushito peppers are divine! 

4. The Arlington in Ship Bottom offers at least one if not more plant-based options on their daily menu and with such a long list of craft beers--you can't go wrong! 

Herbivores are hungry LBI-- let's feed them! 


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