|Strangers on a subway pose? |
We Iowa and Nebraska vegans certainly enjoyed our trip to Cafe Gratitude.
|Love that their dishes ask what we are grateful for and |
the water bottles are etched with uplifting words.
What was I grateful for? The delicious vegan food.
|A lemon almond cake that was my least favorite menu item.|
|I am Extrordinary|
Favorite items we've found items that we love. Their milkshakes for starters. Named, I am Beautiful, I am Cool and I am Eternally Blessed. Crazy good. A dreamsicle orange, a fresh mint and cocoa nib, and a coffee.
We shared and were glad the portion sizes left us with room for dessert, however, we would have ordered it anyway. As it was we took portions back to our airbnb.
|A figgy nutty cheesecake. Good. But neither of these desserts |
touched the unpictured orange chocolate mousse cake..
The prices for organic and vegan with the care going into the preparation are definitely reasonable.
I have to give Cafe Gratitude thumbs up and I totally recommend it to anyone looking for fresh and delicious. I also think omnivores should check out how delicious vegan eats can be. I honestly don't think anyone eating there could walk away disappointed.
|I am Terrific|
|I am Sensational|
|I am Grounded|
|So. Smarties being disobedient to the sign. |
However, we were obedient to the hugging, smiling and warm fuzzy feeling part.
So much so I was afraid we'd be kicked out!