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With an estimated 2.5 percent of the American population now subscribing to a vegan diet, it's a group that has some serious purchasing power. It can't be all veggie burgers and tempeh, either — even our animal product-abstaining brethren sometimes need a sugar bomb in the form of cupcakes or other baked goods.
Luckily, many all-vegan bakeries have popped up all over the country to serve their loyal denizens. Chow Bella's Chelsa Thomas rounded up not one, not two, but SEVEN fabulous vegan bakeries in the metro Phoenix area whipping up everything from cupcakes to faux-Girl Scout cookies.
Have you always wondered what Korean pop music sensation Psy eats for dinner? No? Yeah, us neither. But a Los Angeles-area restaurant called Bibigo is offering a special summer menu that was supposedly chosen by the singer himself. (If you still have no idea who we're talking about, it's the guy behind Gangnam Style, aka the Macarena of the '00s.)
According to Squid Ink's Jessica Koslow, "Already a big fan of Bibigo in Seoul, whenever Psy is in L.A., he visits the Bibigo on posh Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills." Now you can feel Psy's presence even when he's not dining in with creepy cardboard masks that are sure to work up an appetite for dishes like bibimbap, Psy-style — "spicy pork and a fried egg over black rice topped with half sesame and half Kohot sauce." There's also kimchi stew and sweet and spicy rice cakes with with fried yams.
Order these dishes at the Beverly Hills, Westwood or Century City locations of Bibigo and you'll get a scratch card with the chance to win various Psy-related swag, or even a trip to Seoul. It's basically a Gangnam-style lottery. Are you excited yet?
Sometimes the best things in life are fleeting. You know — young love, Mad Men season six, autumn leaves, Twinkies, and oh yes, pop-up restaurants. The very nature of a pop-up means it has an expiration date; it's a limited-time offer you'd best get while the getting's good. New York, land of fickle diners, is perhaps king of all cities when it comes to pop-ups, and so Fork in the Road has compiled a list of 10 of New York's finest pop-up restaurants.