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Bread & Brew Menu Switch

Capitol City café Bread & Brew goes vegan for Earth Day and announces new, meat-free Monday menu.

Today, in honor of Earth Day, Washington, DC's Bread & Brew will offer an entirely vegan menu, and beginning on April 26, the eatery will banish all meat products on Mondays. Customers dining at Bread & Brew today can expect, among other menu items, plant-based polenta bites with mushroom pâté, vegan Caesar salad, and meat-free chicken salad sandwiches. This is the second year the restaurant has gone cruelty-free for Earth Day, and tonight it will serve vegan drinks to cap off the celebration. Ten percent of the day's gross proceeds will benefit animal-rights group Compassion Over Killing.

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