Save-the-Date – Montreal’s First Vegan Pub to Open Jun 20th
There’s a first-of-its-kind vegan pub about to open in Montreal, Canada on June 20th. Mark your calendars for the exciting debut! Keep reading to know more about Montreal’s First Vegan Pub.
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Montreal’s First Vegan Pub to Open on Thursday, June 20th
The Le Bowhead Pub seeks not only to offer a great food and beverage experience to vegans, but they also look forward to wooing non-vegans alike. Opening their doors this June, the vegan pub is the Canadian city’s newest vegan enterprise, local news outlet MTL Blog reports. What’s more? Le Bowhead, located at Saint-Laurent and ave. des Pins is reportedly the first of it’s kind in the city.
The eatery becomes more interesting because vegans and non-vegans will be able to spoil themselves with pub-style 100% vegan food and drinks. According to the report, everything served at Le Bowhead will be vegan certified and also “free of animal products in the filtration process.” Popular ‘Beyond Meat’ burgers will be present on the menu among many other snacks and comfort foods.
A Cozy Drinking Hole
Sahar Cohen, co-owner of Le Bowhead, said the pub is first and foremost a ‘really good pub.’ He added, “it just happens to be free of animal products.” At the restaurant, people can enjoy the ‘classic pub’ experience sans animal products, according to the report. He also explained he wanted to carve out a “cosy drinking hole” where people can order anything off the menu, without having to ask the staff about ingredients.
Reportedly, you can expect all the usual pub characteristics – floor to ceiling windows, flat screen TVs, and stools. Head to 3723 Blvd. St-Laurent, Montreal on June 20th! Let me know your thoughts in comments.