It's always incredible to see Buffalo making waves in huge national publications.  So to see this NY Times writer go nuts over this Buffalo restaurant is awesome.

The writer's name is Charu Suri, and she stopped by Root & Bloom in the Elmwood Village neighborhood to try out the Vegan menu.

According to her article the restaurant opened up on Mother's Day and has a "hippie-ish" vibe.

There's no question that vegan living is a way of life.  And while Suri mentioned other restaurants in Buffalo that have extensive vegan options (Amy’s PlaceMerge, BreadhiveSwan Street Diner), she adds that none of them have gone fully vegan like Root & Bloom have.  Yup, it's free of meat, dairy, and honey.  However, she adds that the owners James Ernst and Sarah Sendlbeck have gone out of their way to "keep the place approachable for hard-core vegans and rookies alike."

Click here to read more about her visit to Root & Bloom.

Have you ever been here?  What did you think?

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