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Portland-Based Vegan Strip Club Serves Up Alternative Entertainment

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Looks like my favorite city in America is serving up vegan food with a twist.

Portland, Oregon — which boasts the highest number of strip clubs per capita in the U.S. — is combining their love of nakedness with their love of planet-happy, people-happy, plant-based food.

Casa Diablo founder (and vegan of 24-years) Johnny Diablo wanted more people to try vegan food, but had a problem opening minds. That is until he came up with a brilliant idea that sent business booming. Diablo explains:

“These folks weren’t interested in my [vegan] food. So I said you know what? I’m just gonna throw some boobs up…now they’re coming and they’re going wow, this is excellent food!”

While not all the dancers at Casa Diablo are vegan, everything that comes out of the kitchen most certainly is, and the customers can’t get enough.

Check out the video below for proof!

[Update: Although many believe that Casa Diablo is closed, their Myspace page suggests that as of last week they are still open. We tried calling this morning, but did not reach anyone. Check out CasaDiablo.com for more info.]

via: elephantjournal.com

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