So I'm not usually one to support the tree-hugging community ... I mean sure, I just married one of them... and sure I feel a rather odd affection towards red oaks ... but that doesn't mean I'm about to give up my carnivorous rights to some Good Grub. Well, my good sirs and my good ladies, the Veggie Grill is turning my world upside down. Now, don't come to this place thinking you're going to get some grilled radish on a bun (which would probably somehow be pretty tasty at this place) or a garbled mash of veggies with fake grill marks making a feeble attempt at burger-patty-imitation. Nay, the meat loving Good Grub went for the All-American Stack loaded with tender marinated "I-can't-believe-it's-not-steak" veggie-steak worthy of its own Fabio commercial, thick slices of pickles and tomatoes, thousand island, lettuce, and the cherry on top ... thick-n-crispy onion rings. With each bite-after-delicious-bite I heard the little voices inside my head... "The Snozberries taste like Shonzberries!" And boy, let me tell you, the burger was light-yet-savory... rich-yet-enriching... mindblowing-yet-... mindblowing. Because seriously, my head was spinning as I looked around the place... salad with Quinoa to the left of me, Morocan lentil soup to the right of me ... a unicorn riding a tricycle... okay maybe not that last part, but stay with me... and it was all amazing! To top it all off, I added some of their "sweetheart" sweet potatoe fries to the mix which was kind of like adding candy canes to a basket of puppies. Plain and simple though, there's just a Good-Grub-good-vibe at this place... neon red chairs... bamboo all over... the only fountain machine has nothing but water... I felt healthier before I even ordered. Now, I'm not going to give up my love of meat... or start wearing hemp... or stop dumping my old electronics in endangered wildlife refuges... but I am definitely down for hitting up this place any day of the week. Because Grub and Veggies do go together... just as long as it's at The Veggie Grill.