Vegan food helps promote a healthy lifestyle by encouraging more fruit and vegetable consumption and by ensuring that only wholesome, nutrient-rich fare is used in your food fights. Toss around a healthy idea with this Groupon.
$63 for a grocery bag of gluten-free and raw food (a $131 value)
- 32 ounces of fresh cold-pressed juice
- Two bags of chips (example: kale or zucchini chips)
- Two salads (example: super kale or pad thai)
- Two main entrees (example: chili and lasagna)
- Two sides (example: mashed potatoes and broccoli salad)
- Two desserts (example: brownies)<p>
With an eye toward holistic wellness, the team at B’Gabs creates raw, gluten free, and vegan meals that are soy-free, peanut-free and chock full of organic and local fruits, veggies, and veggie-based proteins. In the dining area, each whole ingredient is transformed under the chefs' skilled hands as they become healthy versions of meals, such as burgers, tacos, or pad thai. Even soy-free desserts, such as cheesecake, manage to be both hearty and creamy—yet they lack the additives of their traditional versions.
That dedication to high-quality food is also present in the restaurant's juices. Each one is made using a Norwalk juicer, a machine believed to extract more vitamins and minerals from fruits and vegetables using hydraulics. B'Gabs also runs a store that stocks groceries and goodies meant to promote vibrant lifestyles, from organic spices, herbs, and teas to essential oils for massaging tired shoulders after a long day of shrugging.