Dandelion Communitea Café
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Dandelion Communitea Café information
Unabashedly crunchy and definitively organic, this pillar of the sprouts and tofu, green-tea and soy-milk dining scene serves up creative and excellent vegetarian fare in a refurbished old house that invites folks to sit down and hang out.
There's an informal fire pit, tables in the yard and microbrew beer; check the website for details on art openings, poetry readings and live music.