Vegetarian and vegan restaurants to try in L.A. this year

Whether you’re already a plant-forward person or contemplating a change in diet, here are 24 restaurants to check out.
Jenn Harris, Stephanie Breijo • Los Angeles Times • January 13, 2022
Metropolitan Los Angeles is one of the most creative, pluralistic places in the world to eat, and that goes for vegetarians and vegans, who can choose from an astonishing array of restaurants. Whether you’re already a plant-forward person or...
The full article can be read on the Los Angeles Times website.

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