With one seating per night and menus changing every two weeks, Seattle's unpretentious but inventive Sutra is determined to change your assumptions about vegan cuisine. Each dish showcases the ingredients in their natural light—none of these dishes claims to soothe your craving for a burger with black beans and Portobello. On a given night, you could have fire-roasted tomato soup with cilantro-coconut cream; ravioli stuffed with lentil, fig, sage, and celery root; and cacao brittle served with black lava salt. Chairs also encourage better posture; a gong sounds before everyone starts the first course. And if you pay the whole bill in cash, you get 10% off your bill.