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Vegans & Vegetarians in Leslieville


Vegans & Vegetarians in Leslieville

What are the best restaurants for vegans and vegetarians in Leslieville?

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Location: Leslieville/Riverside
Members: 42
Latest Activity: Mar 3, 2015

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Rawjuvenation: a retreat to get back to feeling good using organic, raw food and juices!

Started by Manjit Bumrah Jun 26, 2012. 0 Replies

My name's Manjit and I wanted to present you all with a wonderful opportunity. I'm a PT, a certified yoga instructor and a holistic nutritionist and I'm co-hosting a retreat in a breathtaking cottage…Continue

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Comment by Monica Kelly on July 31, 2013 at 10:49pm

Hi Christoph!! There are great classes offered by Trish Krause. I recently did a summer salad workshop that was lovely. Belmonte Raw also has classes and there are workshops. There are some great vegan offerings in the area at quite a few places and Green Earth Vegan at Broadview and Gerrard is a full vegan restaurant. I was just there this evening!!

Comment by Christoph on April 5, 2013 at 12:12pm

Hello Leslieville Vegans/Vegetarians!

I just moved into the 'hood and I'm interested to get acquainted with the area. Does anyone know of any vegetarian cooking courses or demonstrations? Thank you.

Comment by L on August 14, 2012 at 12:31pm

Hi everyone - thanks for joining the group.

@Lucas - there is a raw restaurant in Leslieville called Belmonte Raw.  I haven't tried it yet but I hear it's really good.  Also LPK Bakery at Queen/Broadview sells raw meals by Pulp Kitchen.

@Jeff - sorry didn't notice your post until now. Hope you got some responses.  If it's not too late you can email me at and I can provide some resources too.



Comment by Jacqueline on August 14, 2012 at 10:56am

Hey Larra! Sorry for posting on the group wall, but I don't think I can send you a message until you accept my Leslieviller friend request. No pressure!!! Ha ha! Hope you guys have fun at running tonight :)

Comment by Jeff Jurmain on July 10, 2012 at 3:19pm

Hey guys, I'm exploring a particular theme around what it feels to be a vegetarian for a possible magazine article. Still working out the kinks, formulating the idea. If you feel strongly and want to share a few thoughts, email me at and I can tell you what I'm thinking. Thanks!

Comment by Lucas on June 29, 2012 at 9:25pm

Hey Gang, glad to be a member of this group.

Is there any raw resto's in Leslieville?

Comment by Jeff Jurmain on June 26, 2012 at 10:16am

I want to lobby Fresh to open up a restaurant in our neighborhood. Man I miss having a good, solid all-veggie option. Maybe they could do a scaled-down version, like in that empty car-parts looking store on Queen east of Carlaw. Anyway just verbally dreaming here....

Comment by Rachel Power on June 25, 2012 at 4:21pm

Hello Leslieville Vegans/Vegetarians!!!

Comment by Karen D on June 15, 2012 at 9:09pm

Hi there: I am starting up a 'buying club' here in Leslieville in cooperation with the Ontario Natural Food Co-op. I am mainly interested in folk who want to purchase raw food products, as well as organic fruits and veggies.

Buying Clubs are groups of individuals and/or families who get together to buy directly from the wholesaler. Each member creates an order based on the ONFC Buying Club catalogue, and the club places a collective order to ONFC. They deliver the order to a club member’s home where it is divided into the individual orders. Members then pick-up their orders and pay for their invoices.

The benefits of starting a buuying club include:

  • Supporting a sustainable food system by purchasing organic and eco-friendly products
  • Strengthening relationships with your community, friends and family
  • Saving money on your food dollar by buying in bulk or by the case
  • Convenient one-stop-shopping

I'd like to get this started ASAP so if you are interested in joining, drop me a line. As far as I know, there is no initial start up cost so the inly thing you need to join is a desire to consume raw, organic, delicious food.

I can be reached at:

Thanks! Karen



Comment by L on May 30, 2012 at 9:19am

Just a note for those that don't eat eggs -- the buns at Great Burger Kitchen (GBK) are NOT vegan.

I'm crushed. :(


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