We Should All Eat More Vegetables!

by JoyceRey
We Should All Eat More Vegetables - whether you’re a full-time vegan, a vegetarian looking for variety, or an omnivore taking a break from meat, you’ll find truly scrumptious options at these wonderful Los Angeles restaurants:

We Should All Eat More Vegetables – whether you’re a full-time vegan, a vegetarian looking for variety, or an omnivore taking a break from meat, you’ll find truly scrumptious options at these wonderful Los Angeles restaurants.

Joyce Rey is one of the Most Influential People in Los Angeles and has soled more than 4 Billion Dollar worth of Real Estate around the World. 

Here are her Favorite LA Vegan Restaurants: 


If you have set ideas about the meaning of veganCrossroads, at 8284 Melrose Avenue, breaks the mold. Calling their menu plant-based and Mediterranean, the restaurant is upscale, the atmosphere and preparation gorgeous, and the cocktails tasty. They serve brunch on the weekends, lunch during the week, and dinner nightly, plus a late-night bar menu starting at 10:00 p.m.

Gracias Madre 

A Mexican-inspired West Hollywood restaurant, Gracias Madre serves organic, farm fresh, locally sourced, flavorful plant-based food. The menu is so full of good tastes, you’ll forget you’re eating vegan. Open daily for brunch, lunch, and dinner, at 8905 Melrose Avenue.

 Green Table Cafe

Formerly known as Real Raw Vegan, Green Table Cafe, at 5998 W. Pico Boulevard between La Cienega and Fairfax, offers a delicious assortment of juices, smoothies, bowls, salads, entrees, and desserts – 100 percent organic – from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week.

 Plant Food + Wine

Plant Food + Wine, at 1009 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, is a great addition to the Venice dining scene. Open daily for lunch and dinner, plus brunch on the weekends, Matthew Kenney’s PF+W has a mouth-watering menu of locally-sourced dishes and an impressive list of organic and biodynamic wines.

 Pura Vita

“The first 100% plant-based organic Italian restaurant and wine bar in the USA,” Pura Vita, at 8274 Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, has the ambiance of a New York City wine bar (yes, they have plenty of biodynamic wines) with a traditional menu reflecting the flavors of Southern Italy. Open Tuesday through Sunday for lunch and dinner, with brunch on the weekends.

Real Food Daily 

Real Food Daily now has three locations, one in West Hollywood, at 414 N. La Cienega Boulevard, one in Pasadena, and one in Terminal 4 at LAX. Since 1993, RFD has developed an extensive and flexible plant-based menu that offers options for all-day breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, and brunch on the weekends.

True Food Kitchen 

Founded by Dr. Andrew Weil, True Food Kitchen, at 395 Santa Monica Place (also in Newport Beach, Pasadena, and elsewhere), is casual and lively, with a menu based on the anti-inflammatory diet. They will happily adjust ingredients for keto and paleo diners. Open daily for lunch and dinner, with brunch on the weekends.

With savory food and lovely atmosphere, these vegan restaurants also offer take-out and catering, as well as special-event services.

I hope you enjoy them, and I’d love to know what your favorite places are!

Joyce Rey
166 North Canon Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Phone: 310.285.7529
Fax: 310.278.4882
DRE# 00456013
Email: Joyce@JoyceRey.com
Instagram: @joycereyrealestate

About the author: Joyce Rey

For more than four decades, Joyce Rey has proven herself indispensable in the refined world of international luxury real estate. She is nothing short of a legend—among her celebrity clients, her professional colleagues, and the community she serves. One of the most respected names in top-tier real estate worldwide, Rey has amassed more than USD 4 billion in career sales. In 2017, Rey had a record-breaking year, including her newest listing, the Perenchio Estate, “Chartwell,” the most expensive property exclusively listed in the United States. With a dazzling list of accolades, awards, and sales records, she is known, most of all, for her incomparable knowledge of the luxury marketplace, her acute ability to negotiate even the most complex transactions, and her particular talent for putting clients at ease.

It is Rey’s commitment to “integrity, innovation, and attention to detail” that has led to her iconic status. Along the way, her name has consistently been included on “best of” lists for both her real estate production and her personal and professional influence. Again and again, she has topped records—including some of her own—for highest sales price ever.

Among her recent accolades, Joyce Rey is designated one of “The Los Angeles 500 Most Influential People” by the Los Angeles Business Journal, named the “First Lady of Luxury Real Estate” by the Chinese media, described as the “Billionaire’s Broker” by The Hollywood Reporter, and called the “Grand Dame of Real Estate” by the Los Angeles Times. Joyce is also ranked in the Top 20 Luxury Brokers in L.A. County by “The Real Deal” Los Angeles. Her experience and insight into the high-end market is frequently sought and quoted by the media, such as Forbes Magazine, The Wall Street Journal and the Today Show. She has appeared on many TV shows, such as E! Entertainment News with Michael Corbett, CNN’s Money Shot, and multiple foreign television shows.

Joyce Rey’s meteoric rise to real estate legend began in 1974, when her first sale was the unique residence of Christina Onassis. A sale to famed acting teacher Lee Strasberg—“They thought I was a genius,” Rey recalls—quickly paved the way for celebrated clients and landmark properties: Owlwood, Pickfair, and the Harold Lloyd Estate, to name a few. In 1979, she was invited to establish the first company in the United States to specialize exclusively in estates valued at more than $1 million. Since then, through every fluctuation in the economy and the market, Joyce Rey has consistently represented a choice collection of the most distinguished properties in the world.

With a generous as well as inventive attitude, Joyce has mentored an outstanding group of young agents. Working together to provide unparalleled service, her team achieves top-team rankings each year. Telling the Los Angeles Times, “I have an energetic spirit,” Joyce’s business model includes the latest technology. With nearly 50,000 followers on Instagram, her social media prowess is matched only by the ease of her classic one-on-one personal service and discretion.

Despite the demands of her business, Joyce remains passionately dedicated to civic and philanthropic projects. She serves on the Southern California Executive Board for UNICEF, the Los Angeles Library Foundation Advisory Board, and the Coldwell Banker Community Foundation Board. She has also been actively involved with the Music Center’s Blue Ribbon and their board, the St. Joseph’s Center for the Homeless, and Children Uniting Nations. Joyce Rey has been honored by the National Women’s Political Committee, the Anti-Defamation League, the American Cancer Society, and a lifetime achievement award from the Los Angeles Board of Realtors. She is actively involved in the Women Presidents’ Organization and has long been an invited member of the prestigious Trusteeship of the International Women’s Forum.

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