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Veg Out Vegetarian Guide to Washington, D.C.
     

Veg Out Vegetarian Guide to Washington, D.C.

by Andrew Evans
 

VegOut Vegetarian Guide to Washington D.C.

"Finally a dining guide to meet the needs of vegetarians, vegans, and veg-friendly people! This excellent guide leaves us hungry for editions targeting other regions of the country." -Susan Tauster, Group Publisher Vegetarian Times

"This guide is just what the health-conscious person needs when dining out." -John

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VegOut Vegetarian Guide to Washington D.C.

"Finally a dining guide to meet the needs of vegetarians, vegans, and veg-friendly people! This excellent guide leaves us hungry for editions targeting other regions of the country." -Susan Tauster, Group Publisher Vegetarian Times

"This guide is just what the health-conscious person needs when dining out." -John McDougall, M.D., founder of The McDougall Wellness Center

". . . the definitive resource for finding restaurants, salad bars, farmers markets, grocers and cafés that specialize in vegetarian or even the more strict vegan cuisine." -USA Today

"I am a big believer in the value of nutrition and a good, healthy diet. This guide is a great service." -Bill Walton, Named One of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History

About the Author

Andrew Evans is a freelance travel writer who wrote the first full-length guide to the Ukraine and is doing a forthcoming guide to Kiev, both published by Bradt Travel Guides. When not on the road, he lives and works in downtown Washington, D.C. and is an amateur cook and photographer. Andrew has been a vegetarian for the past five years.

www.vegoutguide.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781586854713
Publisher:
Smith, Gibbs Publisher
Publication date:
09/13/2004
Series:
VegOut Vegetarian Guides Ser.
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
3.75(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.32(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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Foreword

Gibbs Smith, Publisher, is thrilled to present a series of vegetarian and vegan guides to major cities and regions throughout the United States and the world. Our primary goal is to have the guides be useful to consumers as they explore their own communities and travel near and far in search of the finest quality vegetarian and vegan fare.

We also hope to encourage and celebrate established vegetarian and vegan communities and to invite their exploration by many more people. Our objective is to further the pleasurable and health-giving effects of vegetarian and vegan dining.

We encourage you to use the guides and to be part of the creation of future guides in the series, as we revise and update each edition. As you discover new or established vegetarian or vegan restaurants that deserve the attention of others, please let us know. Either e-mail us at vegout@gibbs-smith.com or fill out and mail us the reply card found in the back of this book. If your recommended restaurant is chosen for an upcoming edition of VegOut, we'll send you a free copy of that new edition.

Happy eating!

Downtown

**/$

1. Aroma

1919 I Street, NW

Washington, DC 20006

202.833.4700

www.aromarestaurant.com

Indian

Hours: Mon-Fri 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., 5:30 to 10:00 p.m.

Sat 12:00 noon to 2:30 p.m. (buffet), 5:30 to 10:00 p.m.

Payment: Credit cards

Parking: Street

Metro: Farragut West

Alcohol: Full bar

Atmosphere: Endearing family restaurant

Pink-and-white shades color this intimate city restaurant loved equally by George Washington students and the suit-and-tie clan alike. A whole page of vibrant vegetarian options include the unique kadai dall (heavily seasoned lentils cooked in an iron wok), a mild but tangy vegetable jalfrazie stir fry, and crispy okra that feels like food for the soul. The delicate paneer shashlik (marinated cheese gently roasted in a clay oven) promises an hmmmm kind of meal-begin with a bowl of badami almond soup-a rare entry on most Indian menus and a truly masterful creation among several other delicious vegan soups. Lunch and dinner entrées from $9 to $12.

Vegetarian and vegan options

Meet the Author

andrew Evans is a freelance travel writer who wrote the first full-length guide to the Ukraine as well as a forthcoming guide to Kiev, both published by Bradt Travel Guides. When not on the road, he lives and works in downtown Washington D.C. Andrew has been a vegetarian for the past five years.

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