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No Meat, So Chic

Well hello there, readers. Ms. Day here with a little information about the local plans for the Great American Meatout…ahem, Mr. Night, could you at least look up from your sausages of varying brownish hues for one second? Good grief. Anyway, Day would just like to let everyone know that the St. Louis Vegetarian Society has planned a lovely gourmet vegan supper that celebrates the rainbow of fruits, veggies and more in honor of this international campaign’s vegetarian mission. No, Mr. Night, there won’t be even one sausage there, so stop asking! Moving right along, then...this all-you-can-eat dinner is sponsored by Noodles & Company and features dishes like Bangkok curry and tomato-basil bisque served alongside the pleasant, soothing sounds of singing and harp music, courtesy of Terri Langerak. Plus, the local Meatout efforts happen at the centrally located First Congregational Church of St. Louis (6501 Wydown Boulevard, Clayton)! To try a plant-based meal, if only for one evening, bring $20 in time for one of the two seatings (at 5 and 6:30 p.m.) and your appetite. And call the St. Louis Vegetarian Society at 314-995-2699 or visit for more information.
Sat., March 24

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