A NY Times article called Bloodroot “A Salon for Activists”. Yes, lively political conversation is usually as close as the next table, posters for animal and women’s rights are in clear view, but mostly people come from all around to eat our good food and enjoy a relaxing atmosphere.
There’s no cash register and no waitressing. Place your order with a woman seated behind a desk after making your choice from the blackboard menu. Enjoy your food either in our comfortable dining room or on our patio in good weather, and bus your own table when you are through.
Things are a little different here. It’s evident from the moment you step inside the door. This is a feminist vegetarian restaurant.