East end pub, The Spread Eagle, opened today. Just like any other local, it offers a range of alcohol, and proper pub grub, the only difference is it\u2019s all vegan. Owned by Meriel Armitage and Luke McLaughlin, the pub will 100% vegan, from the alcohol to the food to the seats you sit on. Armitage has been vegan for 10 years now, and she\u2019s confident her new establishment will show people just how ordinary being vegan can be: \u2018Just because food\u2019s ethical doesn\u2019t mean it can\u2019t be naughty,\u2019 Armitage told the London Standard. \u2018We\u2019ve got something on the menu that looks like the best Mexican fried chicken burger ever. It tastes like it too. You blow people\u2019s minds when they find out it\u2019s vegan.\u2019 Alongside the fried chicken burger, the pub will serve \u2018scallops\u2019 made of mushrooms, nachos with vegan chorizo and cheese and even a beer-battered to fish and chip burrito! On top of that, all the alcohol is vegan. Not everyone is aware but sometimes brewers use animal products in order to refine their products such as egg whites, isinglass (fish bladders), and gelatine. This isn\u2019t Armitage\u2019s first vegan food business, having already founded Club Mexicana, a 100% vegan Mexican street food. With Veganuary well underway, and most people in the middle of their second week of veganism it's likely many across the capital will be flocking to The Spread Eagle to get a taste of what it means to be vegan and still indulge in proper good grub.