Once a wasteland in the ways of meat-free dining, Europe has made great strides toward becoming vegan-friendly in the past decade. In fact, Berlin is a hotbed of plant-based brunching, according to a new article on a New York Times blog. The Times names three restaurants that best embody the “enduring bohemian spirit and newfound cosmopolitanism [that] have cultivated fertile culinary ground for the city’s emergence as the continent’s vegetarian capital,” citing Kopps, which focuses on locally grown produce; Café Morgenrot, which has a counterculture atmosphere; and Ohlala Tartes Shop, which offers vegan versions of classic French pastries. This piece represents the Times’ increasing coverage of vegan-interest topics.
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