Sage Organic Vegan Bistro



It was actually an accident that I ended up at Sage Organic Vegan Bistro + KindKreme the first time I ate there.  My friend and I were on our way to a fundraiser and couldn’t find it! This showed up as one of the closest restaurants to where we were and I am SO glad we decided to try it! I absolutely LOVE this place.  It’s always awesome to find a delicious restaurant with SO many vegan options and an extensive dessert menu as well!

It’s located at the corner of Sunset and Logan Street and there is street parking as well as a lot (that is free on Sundays!) next to it.  I am so excited that they will be opening up a location in Culver City which is even closer to me, although it is definitely worth the drive there for brunch or dinner.

A peek inside the Sage location on Sunset

Here are a few dishes I have tried that I give two thumbs up to: the Spinach Avocado and Walnut Sausage Florentine, the Gluten-Free Spinach Potato Quiche, the Baked Artichoke Spinach Dip (this was a hit with my non-vegan friends too), the Mushroom Steak Dinner (amazing and served with rich mashed potatoes and colorful seasonal veggies), the Vacation KindKreme (banana flavored with cocoa nibs, coconut flakes, and I think caramel swirls), the Superfood KindKreme (chocolate with goji berries and other good stuff), and I have had it on the waffle!  Next on my list to get is a banana split :)

Stop by and let me know how you like it!

kindkreme logo

waffle ice cream

banana split

Photos courtesy of Sage’s website and Facebook page


  1. I’ve eaten here a time or two and always found it excellent! Glad you stumbled across it!

    • It’s amazing, especially now that it’s so hot it’s the perfect excuse to stop by for some KindKreme ;)


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