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Crossroads Kitchen

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– History:
– Crossroads opened in 2013 in the Beverly Grove neighborhood.
– Majority of customers are non-vegan according to Los Angeles magazine.

– Food:
– Restaurant has a Mediterranean focus and small-plates format.
– Soy foods like tempeh and tofu are not offered.
– Signature dishes include a seafood tower and artichoke oysters.

– Reception:
– Travel + Leisure named Crossroads Kitchen one of the best vegetarian restaurants in the U.S. in 2013.
– PETA named them one of the six best vegan fine-dining restaurants in the U.S. in 2015.
– Tasting Table named Crossroads Kitchen one of the eight best vegan restaurants in the U.S. in 2017.
– USA Today named them one of the ten best vegan restaurants in the country in 2018.
– Oprah Winfrey called Crossroads owner and chef Tal Ronnen Americas best vegan chef.

– See also:
List of vegetarian restaurants.

– References:
– Crossroads: A New Leaf article by Patric Kuh in Los Angeles magazine.
– Article in Food & Wine about Tal Ronnen being called Americas Best Vegan Chef by Oprah.
– Article by Josh Scherer in Los Angeles magazine about Crossroads Kitchen’s vegan seafood tower.

Crossroads Kitchen (Wikipedia)

Crossroads Kitchen is a vegan fine-dining restaurant in the Beverly Grove neighborhood of Los Angeles. They have since opened locations in Calabasas, California and Las Vegas, Nevada.

Crossroads Kitchen
Restaurant information
ChefTal Ronnen, Scot Jones
Pastry chefSerafina Magnussen
Food typeVegan, Mediterranean
Street address8284 Melrose Ave
CityLos Angeles
Postal/ZIP Code90046
CountryUnited States
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