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NoHo Arts District gets its Vegan Restaurant Too

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The block on Vineland between Otsego and Hesby is turning into a nice eclectic group of storefronts, even if there are only three. Starting to the north, there is a random Pirate store. Next to that, a fairly new hookah lounge. And then there is Lotus Vegan, which opened last week with a chef from Vegan Express who decided to go on her own. You'll recognize the menu as it is similar too all those staple vegan Thai restaurants around town, but it's good to know the NoHo Arts District gets one too.

The menu is large and goes beyond Asian fare, featuring breakfast burritos and pancakes, warps, veggie burgers and even a quesadilla. There is nothing over $8.00 except for dinner specials.