I've been going to this restaurant since Macrobiotic Diets were popular in the 1970's. It isn't all vegan, but there are many vegan options. There is public parking on the streets around the restaurant.
The lunch specials are great and very reasonable. There is a small valet parking lot in this strip mall. This is an oasis for a vegan. I can eat every thing on the menu.
This is a great place for coffee and a bagel. My husband likes the breakfast menu and coffee. This is a good place for a meeting over breakfast or lunch.
This is one of the bigger Wild Oats. It ha many natural, organic, or healthy items. I stop in for produce or some thing I need for dinner. Parking is available.
When I lived down the street, this is where I'd go for a homemade cup of soup. They have tables outside. They have produce, many products, and food in bulk. There is parking under the condo.
This is the Indian Restaurant that I get dressed up for and go to celebrate. They have good flavor and good quality. They have many vegan and vegetarian options.
I've tried it a couple of times and found it to be on the greasy side. The food didn't seem as fresh and flavorful as other Indian Restaurants. Not good enough quality for me to go back.
I mean a good Veggie Burger. They are next to Gower Studios so it's very pleasant to sit outside and have a fast food burger just like everyone else.
I've eaten here many times after seeing a movie across the street. The lunch special is a bargain. I order the Taco salad without the cheese, sour cream, or taco shells with the beans. I've never gotten sick.
There is indoor and outdoor dinning. It has the same menu as the other El Rancho restaurants. There are vegan and vegetarian options. The salsa is very good.