24 Carrots in Tempe Offering Vegan Dinner Service on Friday and Saturday Nights

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Good news, vegetarian and vegan (and gluten-free) diners. You've now got a new option for dinner on Friday and Saturday nights.

Sacha Raj's vegetarian and vegan restaurant 24 Carrots in Tempe is now serving dinner with seasonal, locally inspired dishes. The menu will change each week, featuring a rotating lineup of items such as pan-seared gnocchi with organic potato, local flour, carrot cream, and mustard lemon snap peas.

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The restaurant, which relocated to Tempe from Chandler earlier this year, is already open seven days a week for breakfast and lunch. Raj updates the lunch menu weekly based on the availability of local produce, and the dinner menu will follow the same principle. Look for produce and products from names like Hayden Flour Mills, Agritopia, and Crooked Sky Farms.

In addition to being vegetarian and vegan, dinner menu items will be able to made gluten-free upon request. Prices will range from $8 to $12.50 for entrees and from $4 to $7 for desserts and starters.

Raj posts the restaurant lunch menu on the restaurant's Facebook page. You can check out the menu from last weekend's dinner service here and be sure to keep an eye out for the upcoming menu too.

Dinner service will be from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.

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