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Washington, District of Columbia
January 13, 2005
Rain or shine, many come to Watercourse at least once a week to share in the knowledge that veggie meals don't have to bland. For lunch, try the tempeh scallopini, fried in the house's delicious mushgroom gravy; for dinner, I'd suggest the monti pasta with garlic, shallots, and brie.
Vegan? Allergic? Just can't stand cheese? No problem! The cute and friendly servers will be happy to accommodate your gastronomic needs.
The restaurant, situated some meters from the capitol, is easy to miss if you're not familiar with the area. Just follow the delicious smell of carrot cake emanating from their bakery.
From journal No Cow Town
April 11, 2003
The only thing I would NOT recommend at this restaurant is the hemp ice cream sandwich. If you have never eaten hemp, it is probably not a good way to start.
From journal Denver, Old West Meets New West
February 1, 2002
It's kind of easy to miss this place if you don't know where it is. Look for the salon next door: Babuska's.
Neither the food nor the atmosphere is particularly fancy, but the food is very satisfying, the open space is comfortable and the staff is very friendly.
For brunch, I can't stop ordering the Conejos. Made with vegan chorizo and either scrambled tofu or eggs, this dish is spicy, filling, and delicious. At dinner, I'm drawn to the Tempe Scalopini, served in a wine sauce with a large, large serving of mashed potatoes and a good portion of spinach. For something lighter, try one of the huge, fresh, salads or wraps.
A friend of mine has a crush on every waitress there, and I can see why, they're fun to be around and always make you feel special.
Don't miss the brunch mimosa specials or the daz bog coffee.
From journal Denver: Not just for cowboys anymore