Phoenix Vegan Restaurant Week is back for a second year, taking place Sept. 11 to Sept. 18 and putting a spotlight on the ever-growing plant-based scene in the Valley.
Showcasing the many great and diverse dining options the Valley has to offer, the second-annual event allows fast-casual eateries, bakeries, coffee shops, food trucks, meal-delivery services, ghost kitchens and pop-up kitchens to participate. Non-vegan restaurants are even invited to sign-up to show off their plant-based offerings.
“Last year, Phoenix Vegan Restaurant Week was so well received by the community. Every eatery that participated reported a significant increase in traffic during the event. This year promises to be even bigger and better,” says event co-founder, Jozh Watson.
During the week-long event, restaurants and food purveyors offer an exclusive multi-course prix-fixe menu or showcase a specially priced item that best represents their establishment. (Menus may be dine-in or takeout.) Breakfast offerings will feature an entrée and drink and be capped at $15. Lunch meals will showcase an appetizer, entrée and drink and be capped at $20. For dinner, a three-course option is available for a max of $33 or a five-course meal with a cap of $44.
Early bird registration for eateries is now open; participants already include Beaut Burger, Dilla Libre (Phoenix and Scottsdale), Early Bird Vegan, Freak Brothers Pizza, Giving Tree Café, Gooder Goods, Green: New American Vegetarian, Nana’s Kitchen, Pachamama, Salvadoreno Restaurant, Trash Panda Vegan, The Vegan Taste, and Vegan & Vine.
For more information on Phoenix Vegan Restaurant Week and an up-to-date list of participants, visit www.phoenixvegan.com.