When King Street eatery Neon Tiger opened last summer, patrons were likely lured by its cool bar and sleek design—the brainchild of former Rarebit owner John Adamson. What diners may not realize is that the menu offerings, from pepperoni pizza to the Reuben, are all plant-based dishes.
Adamson on Neon Tiger’s outdoor dining patio
Skyr It Up - “One thing that’s always in my fridge, besides OJ for smoothies, is Siggi’s vanilla and cinnamon nondairy yogurt. There’s no $#@% in there.
Good Read - “After going vegan, I read The World Peace Diet by Dr. Will Tuttle, which really solidified my veganism.”
Baller - “I’ve been a big soccer player my whole life and still play on Sundays with the city league.”
Morning Blend - “Every day, I make a fruit smoothie with chia seeds, hemp hearts, flax seeds, diatomaceous earth, and chaga mushrooms.”
Kick the Habit - “One of the biggest problems vegans have: shoes. When I ditched my go-to John Varvatos leather boots, I thought, ‘Chucks it is.’ Converse has been my lifesaver. ”
Meet the restaurateur and learn about the environmental mission behind his latest downtown eatery