Are you trying to convert people to veganism or vegetarianism?
Not at all. Our purpose in offering a wholesome, nourishing plant-based menu is simple: reduce our carbon FOODprint and positively impact the planet, one meal at a time. We are a safe place for all to try global plant-based comfort food and learn about climate change. Meat-eaters, vegans, vegetarians and beyond are all welcome!
Is your menu vegan?
We have recently switched our menu to all plant-based ingredients, meaning we no longer serve dairy, eggs, honey, or other animal products.
Is your food organic?
We use only the finest and freshest ingredients available, featuring locally-sourced and organic products within EWG's Dirty Dozen guidelines.
What about the booze?
We’re committed to delivering on our philosophy from appetizers through dessert - drinks included. We’ve partnered with local breweries that share our belief in making our planet a better, more sustainable place: Broken Clock Brewing Cooperative, Indeed Brewing Company, and Finnegans Brew Co. are just a few that we love and support.
We also exclusively offer keg-based wines. In addition to tasting delicious, wine on tap requires less packaging (bottles, corks, labels and cases). The result is less to ship and recycle, resulting in a lower carbon footprint.
Do you offer any nut-free options? Soy-free? Gluten-free?
We have several options on and off the menu that can accommodate allergies and food sensitivities. We are known for having many gluten-free options. Feel free to email with any questions at email@example.com.
Do you offer a children’s menu?
We do offer a plant-based kids menu, including our famous cheesy shells! We love kids and have even built a special treehouse for our smaller friends (so they can conspire on how to save the planet too!)
How do I get protein? Won’t I still feel hungry without meat?
A plant-based diet has a surprising amount of protein and we feel confident you'll leave fully satisfied and looking forward to your next visit to Fig + Farro. We are happy to answer any questions you have about protein.