Vegan Restaurant Review: Cuppa (Ogden, UT)

My friends told me to come to this place, but it was difficult to find. Their logo, which is the word “cuppa” written in black in lowercase American Typewriter font, is on the brick on the building, very small. It is difficult to spot. There is no lit up sign. There is no big sign. There is no white behind “cuppa” for contrast, which, as a logo designer, I recommend they do next time. Contrast would at least help a bit more! Size would also help. BIGGER! Lit up would help, too. Young Electric Sign Company could help them with that, when they can afford it!

I was not expecting a 100% vegan, 100% certified organic café, but that is what I got. On the back of a gift card they have for people to purchase, it says, “A café for creatives.” There is a great selection of yummy vegan food. I had the Street Tacos, which include jackfruit, with added sprouts. It was yummy. My husband had a Sloppy Joe made with jackfruit, with chips. The chips were vegan barbecue chips, which I assume are Kettle brand (those are vegan) and apple chips. I had some chips. They were good. This was very delicious food.

I snapped some photos for you! Brigham City, Odgen, Layton, Salt Lake and Logan vegans, come check out this café called Cuppa. It’s great! Cuppa is at 552 E. 25th Street in Ogden. It is next to the former Deseret Gym which is also a former part of the original Weber College. It is across the street (to the west) from the Weber County Library System’s Main Branch (currently closed for renovation).

If you are in the Ogden area and are a vegan, please also join our facebook group, “O-Town Vegan.” It is not owned by me but I post there often. It is a great way to connect with local vegans and to find out about grocery stores and restaurants for vegans. If anyone wishes to help us start up an “Anonymous for the Voiceless” for Ogden, please come onto O-Town Vegan on facebook and help us with that. I want to participate in one here in the Ogden area so badly!

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Vegan at Javier’s Authentic Mexican

Main Location: 4874 Harrison Blvd., South Ogden Utah, United States

Hours:
10 a.m. to 9:30 pm M-Th

10 am to 10:30 p.m. F,S

javiersmexrest@hotmail.com

Javier’s Web Site
Owner: Javier Chavez

Here’s the scoop for vegans like me (I just called the restaurant and got all the details).
Vegan Meal: request Bean burrito in a corn tortilla with enchilada sauce on top, with olives, lettuce and tomatoes on the side.
Warnings: The rice has chicken broth in it. The white tortillas are made including lard. The guacamole contains dairy.
Information for eating vegetarian at Javier’s.

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I have been very busy with housework lately. Today before 8:45 a.m., I did the dishes by hand and emptied and loaded the dishwasher! This week I am doing pretty good at keeping up. I say pretty good, because compared to how clean I’d like my house to be, it is not so great, but I am doing much better than I used to be able to do. Let me tell you, every kid you have adds major big time to the housework load!

My art studio is a mess, so that is today’s goal, along with keeping care of my kids.

Vegans, I just posted a yelp review for the Village Grill in Clearfield, Utah. It’s great for vegans! Also, I love Amy’s vegan enchilada frozen meal and Helen’s Kitchen’s Indian Curry frozen vegan meal. MMM! They’re great. I have decided lately to use a rice cooker instead of getting microwave only brown rice. Aren’t you proud of me for saving money? Yay, me!

My daughter is doing really well at going potty lately, which will help a lot with money. Those pull-ups are expensive! She hates naked bum training, which she has to do when she messes up. That motivates her like nothing else! Yay!