Vancouver's vegan restaurants to launch 'Plant-Based Passport'

Nov 1 2018, 2:50 am

Some of Vancouver’s favourite local vegan restaurants have created a Plant-Based Passport to celebrate World Vegan Month, which takes place in November.

Virtuous Pie, Kokomo, Juice Truck, TurF, Chickpea, Rolling Cashew, and Buddhaful aim to encourage plant-based eating throughout the month by offering patrons passports that will be stamped every time a guest makes a purchase at a participating eatery between November 1 and 30.

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When customers complete their passport and get seven stamps they can leave it at the last restaurant they dined in, at the end of the month the passports will be collected from all venues and winners will be chosen.

Prizes include everything from t-shirts to gift cards, studio passes, and delicious vegan goodies too.

We recommend you kick off you passport journey November 1 at Virtuous Pie (both locations), as the restaurant will be offering an all-day happy hour.

Plant-Based Passport

A few Plant-Based Passport offerings (Photo courtesy Virtuous Pie)

Here is the full list of locations participating in Vancouver’s Plant-Based Passport:

Virtuous Pie:

  • 583 Main Street, Vancouver
  • 3339 Shrum Lane, Vancouver

Juice Truck:

  • 28 W 5th Avenue, Vancouver
  • 1022 Mainland Street, Vancouver
  • Truck: Cambie Street and W Cordova Street, Vancouver
  • Smoothie Cart: Robson Street and Burrard Street, Vancouver


  • 611 Gore Ave, Vancouver
  • 2028 Vine Street, Vancouver


  • 2041 W 4th Avenue, Vancouver

Rolling Cashew:


  • 4298 Main Street, Vancouver
  • Truck: 884 W Cordova Street, Vancouver


  • 106 W 1st Street, Vancouver
  • 102-2120 Dollarton Highway, North Vancouver
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