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Diner Serves Vegan Waffles

Ithaca’s newly opened late-night diner, Waffle Frolic, offers hungry vegans a plant-based breakfast option.

The recent opening of breakfast destination Waffle Frolic in Ithaca, NY, proves that vegan options are becoming a normal part of omnivore menus. The late-night diner serves vegan and gluten-free waffles, and cruelty-free toppings—aside from maple syrup—include walnuts, granola, shredded coconut, apple butter, peanut butter, and fresh fruit. Vegan customers can order soy lattes, chai teas, or dress up black coffee with hemp milk. The eatery is opening just in time for the third annual Global Vegan Waffle Party on May 29, giving plant-based patrons the perfect place to celebrate and chow down.

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