Chicago VeganMania‘s annual vegan Valentine’s Day bake sale at our location – 5812 N. Broadway, Chicago IL. We will donate 10% of our sales during the bake sale to CVM. So, what is Chicago VeganMania (CVM)? CVM brings dozens of cruelty-free vendors, amazing speakers, panels, cooking demos and more to help build a more compassionate, just and healthy planet, and unlike many other festivals, they do this without an admission fee. Please help them to continue putting on this expensive event for free AND enjoy delicious vegan treats by supporting our annual vegan Valentine’s Day bake sale. Grab some lunch before or after choosing your treats. Treats will be for sale at the event and pre-orders will also be available as well. Suffice it to say that there will have raw, gluten-free, glutenous, chocolate-y, cupcake-y, coffeecake-y, cookie-y, decadantly and righteously all-vegan options at our extravaganza. Please share with friends and plan on it. 🙂 https://www.facebook.com/events/669310886582211/permalink/684763658370267/Hey! We are so honored to be chosen by Chicago VeganMania (CVM) to host this awesome event this Sunday, February 12th (11:00a.m. to 3:00p.m.)! Come to join us for
RSVP –> https://www.meetup.com/ChicagoVeg/events/235895091/ We are super excited and there’re only 18 seats left after the event posted yesterday! Please see details below or click the link above for RSVP with ChicagoVeg Meetup page.
Starter (Soy Free): • Crunchy Sweet Potato (GF) – Toasted Pecan, Sweet Potato and Pomegranate. Salad (Soy Free, can be made nut free): • Watercress Arugula Salad (GF) – Watercress, Arugula, Walnuts, Apples, Beets, House made Apple Vinegar Dressing Appetizer (Nut Free):
Choice of • Butternut Squash Won Ton (soy free) – Butternut Squash, garlic, sage, olive oil and wheat flour wrap. or • Yaki Enoki Roll (GF) – Enoki mushroom, eggplant and zucchini. Soup (Nut Free): • Herbal Soup (GF) – Chinese Herbs with Seasoned Tofu. The root herbs-astragalus, codonopsis, and dioscorea-are classified by Chinese herbalists as qi tonics. They benefit digestion, aid absorption of nutrients, improve cardiac function, and enhance energy. First Main Dish (Nut Free):
Choice of • Pesto Quinoa (GF) – Organic quinoa, edamame, shiitake mushroom, broccoli, and radish. or • Spicy Stir-fried Soba Noodles – Buckwheat noodles, broccoli, shiitake mushroom, bokchoy, jalapeno. Second Dish:
Choice of • Malay’s Kung Pao – Non-GMO soybean protein, red peppers, green peppers, onions, ginger, peanuts on top (can be nut free). or • Thai’s Massaman’s Curry (GF) – Non-GMO tofu, coconut milk, onion, peanuts, potatoes, sweet potatoes, bay leaves, cinnamon, chili, tamarind sauce and cashews on top. Dessert: • Red Bean Soup (GF) – Traditional and popular dessert in China, Japan, Korean and Vietnam. Our version is Cantonese style – organic red bean, tapioca, and coconut milk. Treat: • Kinoko Mochi (GF) is a traditional Japanese dish that is traditionally made on New Year’s Day for luck. (Soy free without Kinoko) – Roasted soy flour, glutinuous rice, red bean. Drink: • Thai Iced Tea (GF) – House brewed Thai tea leaves with organic soy milk.
Everything is only $30 (tax and tips included) if pre-paid by calling to the restaurant at (773)275-8797 (during its working hours) at least 3 days before the event or $38 at the door. Pre-pay refund policy: 100% refund if requested at least 48 hours before the event by calling the restaurant (in its working hours). No refund after that. RSVP policy: Restaurant will be making food according the number of attendees we provide. If you RSVP for the event you agree that you will be responsible for a payment regardless if you come or not unless you cancel your RSVP at least 48 hours before the event. Anyone who is still on the RSVP list and “no show” will be responsible for $30 per person (including the guests in the RSVP) payable within two weeks after the event. Space is limited – You must RSVP to attend. Invite your non-vegan friends to show them how tasty vegan food can be!
We will be closed on New Years Day – January 1st, 2017 (Sunday).
As the holiday season is upon us and another year draws to an end, we find ourselves in a time of reflection and gratitude. Thanks to people like you, Alice & Friends experienced an amazing year. As the need for vegan food continues to grow, we’re excited to be part of the momentum and want to thank you for sharing the journey with us.
Thank you from the entire Alice & Friends team!
We will be closed on December 24th (Saturday) and December 25th (Sunday).
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/04/pumpkin-health-benefits_n_1936919.html Katsu Curry is a popular Japanese dish which is a combination of Japanese curry and Tonkatsu (breaded deep-fried pork cutlet). Our vegan version is Don Ka Su. Most Katsu curry is filled with MSG and artificial colors. Our version of Katsu curry is prepared with all natural ingredients, never with MSG. Initially, we served it only for weekend lunch specials but due to its popularity and frequent requests, we added it to our dinner specials. Would you like to try some tonight?Life is full of surprises – both good and bad. Not everything in life can be predicted, so just embrace the experiences, lessons and moments that make our lives rich, memorable and colorful. We will keep you surprised in a good way! Our November specials are Katsu Curry and Pumpkin Soup. Our Pumpkin Soup is made from scratch by our talented Zac Huff. It is sugar free, gluten free, soy free and seasoned with all natural ingredients. This soup is not only flavorful but also full of nutrients, like antioxidant rich pumpkin, celery, apples, carrots and extra virgin olive oil. This means it benefits joint health, organ health, stress relieve and soft tissue injuries. It’s also a great source of fiber that helps wash out toxins and keeps our body running smoothly. Follow this link for many more health benefits of pumpkins: