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Beefsteak Brings Vegetables into the Spotlight

Beefsteak, which takes its name from beefsteak tomatoes, is opening soon in the Montgomery Mall food court. It currently has locations in DuPont Circle and at George Washington University. Created by Jose Andres, Beefsteak's menu focuses on vegetables but still provides options for those who can eat meat.

By Anna Baranko, Social Media Editor

May 26, 2016

A new restaurant in Montgomery Mall is not a new phenomenon, but Beefsteak, set to open in the food court this summer, is trying to set itself apart from other restaurants by offering vegetables as the main focus of its meals. “The philosophy behind Beefsteak is that vegetables can be the star of...

Author encourages youth to consider veganism

By Allie Curwin and Nicole Weltmann

May 30, 2012

While the thought of life without ice cream, hamburgers and pizza may seem horrific, vegans adopt this diet as their preferred lifestyle. According to Ruby Roth, author of Vegan is Love, a book that encourages young children to consider adopting the vegan lifestyle, the population of vegans in the U.S. has...

Food for Thought: Vegetarianism offers delectable, healthful options

By By Meghna Balakumar Staff Writer

October 4, 2010

A massive unpeeled boiled squash, raw vegetables on a platter and a piece of cheese between two slices of bread: this was the entrée offered to vegetarians at Outdoor Ed, the vegetarian dish served at the Melting Pot and the sad excuse for a veggie burger from McDonald’s. A vegetarian diet can be...

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