"Good Morning Texas" to Visit New Vegan Eatery

Soon-to-open V-Eats Modern Vegan restaurant in Dallas will be featured on popular morning show.

Friday, October 21 promises to be an action-packed episode of Dallas-based lifestyle television show “Good Morning Texas.” The morning show will first include a segment with Lucille O’Neal—mother of professional basketball star Shaquille O’Neal—followed by treating the audience to a dance rendition of “Thriller.” Then, the hosts will dish with Dallas blogger Cynthia Smoot about hit television show “The Real Housewives of Dallas” before heading to the rooftop lounge of V-Eats Modern Vegan—a plant-based restaurant slated to open on October 24 in Trinity Groves. The vegan restaurant will feature a wide array of plant-based dishes such as sushi rolls, seitan-baked brisket, and housemade gelato. V-Eats Modern Vegan will be the newest addition to the growing vegan restaurant scene in Dallas-Fortworth where the all-vegan Spiral Diner will open its third location in 2017.

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