If you get the feeling that everywhere you go you’re meeting new vegetarians, that’s because people all over the US are increasingly turning to vegetarian foods to benefit their health, the animals and the planet. Which means that restaurants everywhere are also catching on—especially in Baltimore!
While Baltimore’s small-town charm (despite being Maryland’s largest city) lends it the nickname “Smalltimore,” this city’s restaurants and restaurant-goers are BIG into vegetarian food. You’ll find dozens of eclectic cafes and popular eateries dishing out delicious meat-free fare to keep up with the increasing demand.
That’s why we’re excited to debut our new, 2012 edition of the Vegetarian Guide to Baltimore, a convenient tri-fold that is loaded with new veg-friendly restaurants and bakeries in Charm City. The handy pocket Guide is the companion to COK’s website VegBaltimore.com which features hundreds of resources for eating out, dining-in, or ordering to-go.
Can’t wait to get your hands on a copy? If you’re in the Baltimore area this weekend, stop by the second annual Baltimore VegFest—a celebration highlighting the many benefits of choosing vegetarian foods, happening this Saturday from 11 a.m to 3 p.m. You can pick up your own copy of the Vegetarian Guide to Baltimore at the Compassion Over Killing table, then kick back and enjoy live music, a wide variety of food from area restaurants, cooking demonstrations, and dynamic speakers, including COK’s Erica Meier.
Can’t make it out for Baltimore VegFest? Order your FREE copy of the NEW Vegetarian Guide to Baltimore online, and check out our other city guides to find out just how accessible delicious, animal-free foods have become.