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    8.6.12
    LA’s Healthy Hot Spots with Amanda de Cadenet
    Madeline Bistro

    Gourmet vegan dining in the San Fernando Valley, Madeline Bistro offers multicourse meals fit for a queen, vegan or not. Beet tartare, mac & cheese and Portobello fillets are just a few examples of the savory and satisfying choices you can enjoy at Madeline’s. There’s even a full-flavor vegan cheese plate to enjoy before (or after) your meal, as well as organic vegan desserts like crème brûlée and chocolate soufflé. The owner, Dave, is a French trained chef and makes my kids delicious sugar- and gluten-free birthday cakes as a special favor.

    Let me know what you think of these options, or where you think I should try next in Los Angeles or New York. What makes your favorite eateries, pharmacies and bookstores so special?

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    8.6.12
    LA’s Healthy Hot Spots with Amanda de Cadenet

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    1. I really enjoyed your show, are you going to have an other season???

      GLory | 08.06.2012 | Reply
    2. I love your choices of restaurants. I recently ate at Real Foods Daily in West Hollywood. Besides not being too far from Book Soup where I spent a blissful two hours, the staff is amazing, it’s vegan and organic, and way above average tasty. And they have fresh squeezed juice of course. They have a few locations if one prefers a different area. I found parking for this one on a side street easy. Great for a quick bite before a show at one of the nearby clubs, but certainly mellow and kid friendly. Your choices and esthetic for eating is right up my alley. And Capital Drugs is a great tip for a traveler to the area. P.S. I love you. True. And you are getting MORE beautiful, also true! Be well.

      Holly Beth Garver | 08.30.2012 | Reply

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