Earls restaurants launches vegan menu at all locations

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      Local dining chain Earls Restaurant Group has announced that it will be rolling out a 100 percent vegan, plant-based menu section across all of its locations in North America on Wednesday (October 17).

      The restaurant’s culinary development team has been working on this menu for the past two years, which made its debut at 12 select Earls establishments in July. West Vancouver’s Earls Ambleside Beach was one of the chosen spots to preview this vegan-friendly menu.

      Guests can expect to find various tasty plant-based dishes, including spicy tofu tacos, crispy tofu zen bowl, avocado toast, vegan field greens salad, vegan Hunan kung pao, and vegan quinoa and avocado power bowl. The menu is permanent, but we don’t doubt that some of the featured plates will rotate once in a while.

      “People are changing the way they eat for various reasons, but for those seeking plant-based options, or just meat-eaters wanting to give something new a try, finding creative, crave-able plant-based options is still a challenge,” said Kristin Vekteris, vice president brand and marketing at Earls, in a press statement. “Earls prides itself on anticipating guests’ needs and is thrilled to be among the first restaurant groups in North America to offer a plant-based menu at all locations.”

      Earls was founded in 1982 by Leroy Earl (Bus) Fuller and his son Stan Fuller. The restaurant group operates 66 locations across Canada and the U.S., and is headquartered in Vancouver.

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