For whatever reason, Los Angeles has quite a few breweries that specialize in vegan food. Actually, the reason is probably that it’s Los Angeles. But while some of those breweries are good mostly for the beer, Sage’s vegan food is fantastic. Come here with a group of friends and share the cauliflower buffalo wings, a margherita pizza, and the spicy mac and cheese - it all tastes like the real thing, except it’s plant-based, which means it’s healthier. We think. So you can go ahead and order another one of their house beers.
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