Good Friends are like Stars

Here’s a simple Q & A for the most frequently asked questions:

Many customers ask “Are you Alice?” “Who is Alice?” “Is Alice a real person?” “Why Alice & Friends?

Alice is a real person. She founded our restaurant back in 2001.

“Friends” refer to us – Friends living the dream of preparing delicious vegan cuisine. It also refers to our customers who love us and our food.

So, where is Alice? Alice is now in Europe, continuing her vegan dream in Vienna, Austria.

We are here to continue the vegan dream – spread veganism and vegan deliciousness.

“Good Friends are like Stars. You don’t always see them but you know they’re always there.” to all our friends and customers who love and support us!

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Happy Earth Day!

How do you celebrate this special day for our planet? Google has all these beautiful art works on their search engine page today. It’s a great reminder to let us know what have been going on to our planet, as well as how beautiful our planet is. Thank you #Google!Earth Day 3Earth Day 2Earth Day

This winter, our globe hit an alarming new record: February 2016 ranked as the most unusually warm month ever measured.  The damage we have done to our planet feels irreversible some days. Weather has become more violent, less predictable, coral reefs have been destroyed, and entire species are dying out from lack of land and food.

Friday, April 22 marks the 46th anniversary of Earth Day. Alice and Friends will celebrate green living, sustainability and socially-conscious eating by presenting a little something to loyal customers.  Bring in your reusable containers for your takeout orders or restaurant leftovers and receive a free cupcake! – Not Just on Earth Day – Everyday!

Alice and Friends is proud to support Earth Day.  Let’s continue to celebrate our planet through everyday small and big gestures for a brighter and greener future.

One of our lovely customers showed us a good example!

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We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. 

– Native American Proverb