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Chiles en nogada from Barrio Café | Photo by Angelina Aragon    Though there are a slew of eateries that cater to vegans emerging around the Valley, it can be tricky to find plant-based options at regular restaurants. We’ve rounded up five of the best vegan menus at non-vegan restaurants, which feature everything from tacos with faux meat to soup sans animal products. El Charro Hipster Bar and Café El Charro Hipster Bar and Café...

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We all love a good boozy brunch. Let’s be real, it’s all about the OJ and Prosecco, which just happens to come with a side of eggs Benedict. That’s why we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite mimosas around the Valley. Bonus: They’re all under $10, so you can get your bougie brunch on – on a budget. The Vig Breakfast and lunch classics get a stylish upgrade at The Vig, where you could...

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Sure, the Stetson chopped salad is the Valley’s preeminent leafy entrée, with its tidy rows of air-dried corn, Israeli couscous, avocado, tomatoes, pepitas and currants all snuggled atop a bed of peppery arugula bathed in creamy basil buttermilk dressing. But plenty of other salads around town have developed a well-deserved cult following. Here are our best bets to depose the king. Turkey & Avocado Cobb at Flower Child Among the cornucopia of made-to-order salads on...

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