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Avanti Cafe’s Vegan Thanksgiving

Avanti Cafe, Vegan Thanksgiving

Looking for vegan, vegetarian or gluten free dishes for your friends and loved ones for Thanksgiving? Look no further than Avanti Cafe in Costa Mesa to make it easy on you. From a Seitan Cassoulet En Papillote or Roasted Whole Kabocha Pumpkin stuffed with garnet yam, white bean and brown rice pilaf to Smashed Spuds with Miso and Hazelnut – they are ready to help make your Thanksgiving dinner a success. Pictured above are the stuffed kabocha pumpkin, plus smashed spuds and golden garlic greens, but there’s so much more, including several gluten free options as well!

Order a Holiday Dinner Package for 6 that includes three entree servings, three selections from the Groaning Board Fare, cranberry sauce, mushroom gravy and a loaf of their holiday hearth bread for $95.00.

Avanti Cafe is located on 17th Street in Costa Mesa, California and offers healthy and delicious meals made with fresh, local and organic produce. This healthy restaurant was founded in 2005 by Chefs Mark Cleveland and Tanya Fuqua. Avanti’s food supports a healthy lifestyle through delicious flavors and is vegetarian and vegan friendly.

Avanti Cafe Vegan Thanksgiving

If you’re into cooking, Oh She Glows has some wonderful vegan Thanksgiving dishes and Recipe Renovator has an e-book of 12 Terrific Thanksgiving Vegan and Gluten Free Recipes that you can download for $2.99. Pinterest fans – check out  this Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes Group Board for a plethora of mouthwatering vegan recipes from all around the web.

 

Avanti Cafe, vegan Thanksgiving

Photo credit: Anne Watson Photography

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3 Responses to “Avanti Cafe’s Vegan Thanksgiving”

  1. Ally's Kitchen
    November 22 at 12:46 pm #

    Not a vegan, but this looks and sounds great, and it’s a deal for 6! :) Happy Thanksgiving, pretty girl!!

  2. Ricki
    November 24 at 3:31 pm #

    This place sounds great! I’d love to find a local restaurant offering a full vegan Thanksgiving dinner (here in Canada, we celebrated last month, but no luck. I posted my own roundup of vegan and gluten-free recipes, though, if you and/or your readers are interested!). I also have Stephanie’s ebook–it’s fabulous. :)

    • Priscilla
      November 24 at 5:22 pm #

      Hi Ricki – I’ll add your link in the text :)

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