WaterCourse Foods goes all vegan as of today
WaterCourse Foods, Denver's landmark vegetarian restaurant, is losing the "vegetarian" part of its menu and going all vegan as of today.
With the brand-new menu introduced today, Watercourse Foods will now be offering only plant-based food.
The menu isn't the only recent change at WaterCourse: Executive chef Rachel Kesley was let go last month and replaced by Sean Jacob Kendrick. There is also a new chef de cuisine in the kitchen, Melanie Lynn Minard.
In a blog post announcing the new menu, owner Dan Landes said this: "From this day forward, 100% of the WaterCourse Foods menu will be sourced from plants. We celebrate the way we always have at WaterCourse, with a plate of comfort food and a cold pint of beer."
So as part of the celebration, WaterCourse is featuring an all-day happy hour today with drink specials and $5 appetizers.
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