New York State's O'Donoghue's Tavern has been running a popular recurring event called "Vegan Nite." This series breaks away from the idea that quick and\/or pub food has to be made from animal\u00a0ingredients. This series follows the pub's 2017 change in ideology. According to Lohud, O\u2019Donoghue\u2019s (or O'D\u2019s if you\u2019re a local), reopened for dinner last April,\u00a0"with a new menu focusing on organic, vegetarian-friendly and GMO-free food." The Vegan Nite series is planning a special dinner on Wednesday, January 31st, ending the first month of the new year with something meaningful. That day the menu will be comprised entirely of vegan\u00a0Native American-inspired food. This is not just a tavern borrowing another culture's food for a night. In addition to the vegan food, attendees will hear from\u00a0guest speaker Chief Mann of the Ramapough Lunaape Nation. Seating is limited;\u00a0the fee for the event is $55,\u00a0which includes a five-course dinner, house drink, tax, and gratuity. The evening is set to run from 7 PM to 9 PM. Folks interested in attending are encouraged to make reservations ahead of time, as early as possible \u2014 as tickets may not last long. The tavern\u00a0is located at\u00a066 Main Street, Nyack, New York. To make reservations, call 845-358-0180.