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$10 for $20 Worth of Raw Food and Juice at Good Life Café in West Columbia

Good Life Cafe

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Raw, vegan menu includes an eggplant "bacon" wrap, raw zucchini lasagna, and gluten-free, nut-free 10-item salad

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Expires Mar 6th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Must purchase 1 food item. Not valid for lunch. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid after 4PM Monday-Friday. Valid all day Saturday and Sunday. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$10 for $20 Worth of Raw, Vegan Food

The menu of raw cuisine includes spinach dip ($8.95) with curry, red peppers, and cashews, served with flax crackers, and an eggplant "bacon" wrap ($8.75-$12.75) with cashew mayo, lettuce, sprouts, and tomato. The lasagna ($15.95) consists of layered zucchini noodles, cashew-basil cheese, sun-dried-tomato sauce, macadamia cheese, and basil pesto. Many dishes are gluten-free and nut-free.

Good Life Café

Growing up in her mother's kitchen, Sharon Wright learned to cook what she believed was healthy food. But for years, she struggled with various health problems. After witnessing her father's battle with cancer, Sharon began extensively researching the causes of diseases, and discovered a wealth of information about how one's diet affects one's body. She adopted a macrobiotic diet, but found that most of her health issues persisted, and came to the conclusion that she should commit to a 100% raw diet.

With her new diet, she experienced significant weight loss, an increase in energy and mental clarity, and a newfound bond with garden-dwelling bunnies. To share her vision of "real food" with others, Wright partnered with Scott Middleton and Danny Hutto. The result was Good Life Café. There, she helms a menu of unprocessed plants foods that have not been heated above 115 degrees, creating vibrant dishes with ingredients such as cashew nacho cheese, walnut meat, and zucchini noodles.

Good Life Café

Growing up in her mother's kitchen, Sharon Wright learned to cook what she believed was healthy food. But for years, she struggled with various health problems. After witnessing her father's battle with cancer, Sharon began extensively researching the causes of diseases, and discovered a wealth of information about how one's diet affects one's body. She adopted a macrobiotic diet, but found that most of her health issues persisted, and came to the conclusion that she should commit to a 100% raw and vegan diet.

With her new diet, she experienced significant weight loss, an increase in energy and mental clarity. To share her vision of "real food" with others, Wright partnered with Scott Middleton and Danny Hutto. The result was Good Life Café. There, she helms a menu of unprocessed plants foods that have not been heated above 115 degrees, creating vibrant dishes with ingredients such as cashew nacho cheese, walnut meat, and zucchini noodles.


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89% of 121 customers recommend

  • “I feel good inside and out after eating at Good Life Cafe! ”

  • “Excellent vegan food! I'm glad to have a good, healthy place to eat in Columbia!”

  • “A great choice for healthy food options. No other restaurant around has the raw food and juice options of Good LIfe Cafe.”

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    Good Life Cafe

    1614 Main Street

    Columbia, SC 29201

    +18037262310

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