Soup looking concoction in a bowl

Pictured (Flynn 2019): South African Peanut Stew

Woodhouse Vegan Cafe and Space just launched in Italian Village on the corner of 4th and 1st off the 670 4th Street off-ramp in October. Their presence has transformed the vegan community restaurant footprint in Columbus with a level rivaling Los Angeles or New York City in a mid-century modern style with industrial flair, fresh-smelling immaculate restrooms, and sparkling dining ware.

The entire non-vegan neighborhood has embraced Woodhouse Vegan Cafe regardless of being a vegan establishment, due to the wide appeal of this socially conscious (nonviolent) sustainable, healthier take on traditional comfort food. The food is so delicious it doesn’t matter to the 30-40% of the nonvegan customers that it is 100% plant-based.

If you are craving a grilled cheeze sandwich, loaded nachos, an amazing South African peanut stew, caesar salad, mac and cheeze, pretzel bites, and or have a sweet tooth for some decadent rotating desserts such as brownies, pies, cupcakes and fudge – you can be satisfied! As the name indicates, they also offer private space rental in the upper level, for events.

VeganShift and the Columbus Vegan Meetup will be celebrating World Vegan Day, November 1, 2019 at 7pm at Woodhouse Vegan Cafe and Space. We hope to see you there! Join our meetup to learn about other upcoming events such as our book club on Monday, Nov 11 featuring “The Unsavory Truth” by Marion Nestle.   

Woodhouse Vegan Cafe and Space

Address: 851 N. 4th Street, Columbus (Italian Village)

Hours: Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat from 4-11pm, closed Sun, Mon, Tues.



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