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Grand Rapids Veg Restaurant

Bartertown Diner, a new veg restaurant, opened this week in a Michigan town.

Vegan diners in Grand Rapids, Mich., can now head to Bartertown Diner, which aims to “[Cook] for a better tomorrow.” The restaurant, which opened yesterday, serves vegetarian, vegan, and raw food using produce based on the clean 15 and dirty 12 foods designated by the Environmental Working Group. Thai-themed hoagies, nachos, and black bean, pecan, and collard green paninis are some of the new restaurant’s offerings. The worker-owned-and-operated diner also serves dulce de leche and red velvet cupcakes from Roc’s Cupcakes, an in-house vegan bakery, in addition to other vegan and raw desserts.

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