These are 16 random photos from my iPhone that took me about two minutes to select and drag to my desktop. It took only two minutes because probably 20 percent of my food photos are of either a burger or a Reuben. I didn't include Cubans, chicken wings, baskets of fish and chips and other meat-heavy dishes because I think I have more than enough here to make my point: I am a devoted (and probably overly obsessive) bar-food enthusiast and carnivore.
If someone like me can sit down at the Vspot Vegan Cafe, the subject of this week's review, and order a gnocchi dish with squash that leaves me satiated, then anybody can (at least on occasion). And they should.
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