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    Gojé Frozen Yogurt in Yarraville, Melbourne opened it’s doors 2 years ago. Although Gojé was not entirely vegan when they started, they slowly transitioned the entire menu after learning more about the dairy industry from their customers. The owners and operators, Jelena Maric and Goran Pajic, are passionate about serving the freshest plant-based frozen treats to all who walk through the door.  They use all cruelty-free, pl…

    Union Kiosk is a small cafe that specialises in Jaffles, or toasted sandwiches if that’s what you prefer, in the heart of Melbourne CBD. The shop only has space for two people to move around in and has always been dedicated to a little shop in the building plans. In the 1930’s the entire building was once the Union Bank, the little shop was a ‘smokes & sweets’ store.  Hence the name Union Kiosk.

    The Independent Gembrook opened in September 2014 in what once was a former garage. The building has been restored and the restaurant is designed by architectural firm Gordon & Henry. The large venue seats 100 guests and often sells out all seats on their vegan only nights. Keep an eye out for these special events on their facebook page. Outside you will find a large courtyard and a cubby house, making it fami…

    Sister of Soul on Acland Street in St Kilda is an iconic restaurant on the popular beachside strip. The eatery was the first vegan place on the street, and, opened in December 2013 without much fanfare or promotion. The owner, Daniel Clerici says that the family-run business was left to grow organically, and grow it has. In the evening it is almost impossible to grab a table for dinner without a booking. The Clerici fa…

    The Vegan Shack opened on Good Friday, it is the first bricks and mortar cafe for Mother and Son duo Jansen Andre & Deb Jayne. You may also recognise them from the Rawbeet food truck. Jansen was living overseas and came home in late 2015 to share his passion for vegan food and combined that with his love of festivals.  When we asked Andre why he went vegan, the answer was simple. A trip to Africa 3 ye…

    Snug by name, snug by nature. The Snug Public House in Brunswick transports you to Ireland in their traditional Irish pub & restaurant. Family run, the mother, father and daughter team make you feel at home. Chef Kerri Anne Mc Conville went vegan for one year to create the vegan menu and be able to develop the tastes she was looking for. The Snug Public House first opened its doors in …