Cafe Gratitude | Mid-Wilshire/ Hancock Park | Vegan, Vegetarian, Music Venues | Restaurant
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At Café Gratitude, situated at the northernmost edge of yoga-friendly Larchmont Village, you can take in the scene for breakfast, lunch or dinner, seven days a week. The seasonally changing menu is broken down to raw and cooked dishes, all of which are vegan and made with organic ingredients. They’re also given affirmation-based titles such as “I am Pure” (Kale, nori and cucumber salad) and “I am Transformed” (corn tacos with cashew nacho cheese). The always present dish “I am Grateful”– a bowl of quinoa, kale and black beans -- is offered for $3, but if you choose to pay more, the difference goes “to feed someone in need.” The general slant of the menu is California-Mexican with all of the requisite nut cheeses, grasses, sprouts, seeds and berries to make it as healthful, colorful and filling as possible. There is a full juice bar and coffee, with California beers and wine served as well.

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