|I had the bottomless (all you can eat) brunch plate, that included tofu fritatta, cottage fries, vegan pancakes, fruit, and salad. It's homey, funky yet clean, and seems to attract a good crowd on Sundays, offers lots of options both sweet and savory. I would eat there regularly if I lived in Sacramento. Next door and upstairs is a vegan store with food, books, animal treats, information, etc||Vegan Living
|Sugar Plum is a sweet café and bakery. Everything is vegan, and they have a display case full of all kinds of vegan desserts, including gluten-free and soy-free choices of brownies, cupcakes, and muffins. They have outdoor and indoor seating, and inside there is also a nice café area with a couch and books/ magazines. I tried the lentil burger with Daiya cheese and the kale salad, both delicious.||LizS
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