Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Everlasting Life vegan restaurant launches food truck, may change name soon

Everlasting Life Cafe, the popular vegan soul food restaurant at 2928 Georgia Ave NW, is launching their own food truck. The truck, called Woodland's Vegan Bistro, is already driving around the city, according to the Post.

You can find their whereabouts via their Twitter, @woodlandsVB, and they'll be selling a rotating mix of items like the popular fried faux chicken and mac and fake cheese, kale salad and the like, plus cupcakes and smoothies.

If you aren't familiar, Everlasting Life is a pretty tasty place, even for those folks who aren't vegans. It's got 4.5 stars out of 5 from almost 200 Yelp reviews, if that tells you anything (namely, that it's good.) Twitter folks seem to be big fans of the truck as well.

The name reflects the owners, whose last name is Woodlands, and they say they'll be changing the name of the restaurant to something similar soon. The place used to be affiliated with another Everlasting Life Cafe in Maryland, but they're not longer related.

The truck currently operates in DC and are working on Virginia permits, according to their Twitter.

Here's Everlasting Life's website, too.


Jacqui said...

Someone in here at work tried the truck last week and hasn't stopped talking about how great it is. I intend to check it out for lunch next time it rolls near my office.

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