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Vegans, restaurateurs: it’s your turn to weigh in on LA City Council motion to mandate restaurants to carry a vegan protein dish




Guests eat a vegan doner plate and a doner kebab at vegan bistro Voener on January 25, 2018 in Berlin, Germany.
Guests eat a vegan doner plate and a doner kebab at vegan bistro Voener on January 25, 2018 in Berlin, Germany.
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Are you tired of looking for plant-based protein at concerts and public venues? Paul Koretz might have your answer.

The L.A. City Councilman introduced a motion on Tuesday that would require public venues to provide vegan food options.

The ordinance would require some private spaces like large-scale entertainment venues, movie theaters and sports stadiums to offer at least one "vegan protein entree food option."

It would also require L.A. World Airports, which operates LAX, to study the feasibility of putting a vegan restaurant in every terminal, and of having all other restaurants in the airport offer at least one vegan protein entree.

Read the rest of Caleigh’s story here.

Guest:

Charles Lew, LA-based restaurant lawyer, consultant and owner of multiple hospitality concepts across the United States, including in Los Angeles; he tweets @Charles_Lew