The Sugar Plum Vegan Café on K Street

By Danielle Carlson,

If you haven’t been to Sugar Plum Vegan Café on K Street in Midtown, you need to check this place out quickstyle.

It takes up the first floor of an adorable little Victorian house, as the upstairs houses a recently-opened all vegan shop called Never Felt Better.  So excited that these are in Sacramento!

Sugar Plum represents all that is vegan and delicious.  They have an assortment of yummy treats including cupcakes, creamy sandwich cookies, muffins and even twinkies.  They switch up their café menu regularly according to seasonal produce so check their website or their Facebook page for an updated menu.  They also serve organic teas, coffees and elixirs.  Oh, and if you check out their website, you’ll see they have a whole catering menu for weddings and parties.  Freakin’ sweet!

After you veg out at Sugar Plum, make sure you check out the shop upstairs!  They have some very cute pro-veg t-shirts, all vegan of course.  In case you’re new to this lifestyle, if a piece of clothing is vegan it means no animals were harmed or used in the making of that product.  They also sell wallets, hair accessories, belts, books, jewelry and even grocery items.

They have these adorable little coffee cozies that I’m trying to justify buying.  Maybe stocking stuffers??  

This is a great shop to go to, not only to find some great vegan gifts, but to support a genuinely good local business.   So go check ‘em out!  For more information on Never Felt Better, check out their website at and check them out on Facebook.

Vegan stat of the week: “A 2006 report by the United Nations (U.N.) revealed that raising animals for food generates more greenhouse gases than all the cars and trucks in the world combined. Senior U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization official Henning Steinfeld reported that the meat industry is “one of the most significant contributors to today’s most serious environmental problems.” –  U.N. News Centre, “Rearing Cattle Produces More Greenhouse Gases Than Driving Cars, U.N. Report Warns,” 29 Nov. 2006.

About Jimmy Spencer

Jimmy Spencer has extensive experience in journalism and new media. As the founding editor of, Spencer combines his writing, reporting and editing skills to produce a "pretty good site about midtown." During the day, Spencer covers government and also covers the NBA. At night, he watches T.V. and plays on the Internet. Every now and then, he walks around his midtown neighborhood. Spencer began his professional journalism career with The Sacramento Bee, finishing his tenure with the McClatchy-owned newspaper in the new media department. Spencer moved to Connecticut where he continued his growth in new media as a writer/content producer for NBC Sports. Spencer also worked in media relations with the Sacramento River Cats, Minor League Baseball Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland A’s. Spencer graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from California State University, Sacramento where he served as Editor-in-Chief of The State Hornet campus newspaper. Spencer was raised in Marin County and currently lives in Sacramento, Calif. Spencer works in the community as a high school basketball coach in the Sacramento area.


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