Wednesday, October 07, 2009

I'm a Stumptown Vegan.

Time to check off one of my MoFo Goals! Earlier today, a review of the Sonny Bowl cart in downtown PDX was published on Stumptown Vegans.

Restaurant review written? check! Daily post? double check!

The BBQ Soy Curls bowl

Today's MoFo post is part shameless plug for another project of mine. Hold on, tight.
My friend Webly and I co-author Stumptown Vegans, a resource of in-depth restaurant reviews for vegans, by vegans, based in Portland, OR. Stumptown = Portland!...because there were a lot of tree stumps in the 1800s, just ask Wikipedia why.

Since April 2007, we've been writing reviews, paying for our own meals, deciding where to go, and trying to keep up with the mania that is vegan-friendly Portland and the rest of our lives! We aim to try new dishes, step outside our comfort zones, and visit establishments twice. We also take things on the road when we travel:
I've written reviews for restaurants in San Francisco, Seattle and Phoenix.
One day, I'll tackle New York, Boston & more! (Only procrastination has stopped me before, I make regular annual trips! Doh)
Not to mention my recent trips to Laguna Beach, CA and Spokane, WA.

The next review I have coming is for the new all-vegan Ruby Dragon cart in North Portland.

The Jade Abbot : hello, deliciousness.

More from in progress reviews - oh, there's a TON of these constantly in the works.

Roasted garlic, caramelized onion, potato & greens flatbread from
Mizuna in Spokane, WA

This is my favorite recently discovered lunch meal in Portland:
Tofu Teriyaki Bento from Chef Naoko -

Portobello plate from Portobello Vegan Trattoria

Can I make an excuse to dine here once a week, please?
Can someone take me here this week, please?

reviews coming soon! really!


Nicole ( said...

I really, really miss all the food in Portland!

I also just wanted to let you know that you're review blog helped me so much when I was in Portland! I checked it before every meal to decide where to go :D

Debra said...

Yummy! We love soy curls.

sgcorrie said...

I really need to get back to Portobello also! I've still only been that one time.

Whitney @ Lettuce Love said...

All of that looks amazing!

Janessa said...

You are so cute! I'd love to take you to Portobello sometime. Just don't tell my fiance.

pixiepine said...

That post made me hungry!

Monique a.k.a. Mo said...

I need that flat bread in my life!

Ms. T (of haiku tofu) said...

The Jade Abbott looks AMAZING. Please send that cart to Texas.

The Voracious Vegan said...

I want one of everything! Seriously, I don't know where to start, it all looks DELICIOUS!

Lindsay I-F said...

Wow that protobello looks amazing

kimmykokonut said...

i avoided trying soy curls for so long. i didn't really know what they were and i was scared. i guess i was ignorant but i LOVE them.

Phi Chi Theta said...

I am thinking of using sea foods with these recipes you got here.

Wedding Rings said...

This looks really delicious! I have not tried this out, but might as well grab some ingredients and see what do I get! Thanks for sharing.

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I miss this. I love the curls too.

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