The Springs: Vegan Restaurant, and Lifestyle


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Falso's menu spans breakfast, lunch and dinner, moving from coconut “yogurt” parfait on to salads, which make up most of the lunch menu, to more ambitious dinner entrees. Nothing is heated beyond 118 degrees, meaning that a lot of tricks are used to create different textures, and in some cases to mimic the taste and feel of cooked foods.

Once you're done noshing on your seaweed Caesar salad with pine nut parmesan, and sipping your apple, fennel, cucumber and dandelion “forager” juice, mosey on over to the retail area, where you can buy an eco-friendly $495 caftan. All photos by Anne Fishbein.

See also: The Springs Review: More Than a Vegan Restaurant, a Lifestyle Center