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Sweet and savory (and veg-friendly)

January 29th 05:01pm, 2009

My latest stop at SweetArt, the new pastry shop-cum-art gallery in the Shaw neighborhood, turned up savory fare, too. SweetArt is already making waves with its decadent cookies and cupcakes, and just last Saturday, Reine and Cbabi Bayoc’s storefront debuted a small-but-tasty menu of vegetarian sandwiches. SweetArt was already offering incredibly good quiche and savory turnovers, but now it has more traditional lunch fare. Look for sun-dried tomato-artichoke hummus on thick white bread (vegan if you omit the feta); a tofu salad sandwich with carrots, scallions, celery and basil; a thick, warmly spiced veggie burger; and a PB&J that’s steps above the norm. So now when you stop in for a carrot cake cupcake with fluffy cream cheese buttercream, you can temper any sugar guilt by eating a healthy lunch before you start licking all that icing off.

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One Response to “Sweet and savory (and veg-friendly)”

  1. Lisa (Show Me Vegan) Says:
    January 29th, 2009 at 10:19 pm

    I’m already a big fan of the vegan Hummingbird cake, vegan chocolate cake and vegan chocolate cupcakes with orange icing. I can’t wait to try the vegan lunch fare! Thanks for the heads up.

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