Other than oat milk and ceremonial grade matcha powder, most specialty grocery stores in this city don’t sell much for vegans or vegetarians. Thankfully, Galioto’s is changing all that. This Italian deli from the team behind Jajaja offers dishes like a meatball parm hero made with Impossible beef, panzanella salad made with dairy-free mozzarella, and kitchen staples for plant-based cooking at home. There’s a cafe counter inside where you can pick up a to-go latte, or you can shop around for things like fresh produce, rainbow cookies, and quiche.
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