The “Veto Vote” concept came more from the angle of making sure there are vegan options at a steak house rather than making sure there are steaks at a veg joint . If a group of people are deciding on where to eat, one doesn’t want one’s restaurant to be axed/vetoed from the list because the vegan can’t eat anything. That Veto Vote person holds the power of where everyone is going to eat. (But of course it can go both ways...) Woodstock Pizza Theater has become known for just that. A place where vegans and non-vegans can sit at the same table and order what they want. While other restaurants offer vegan options such as simply putting bbq seitan on a pizza with non-dairy cheese, we offer a full vegan menu. I have seen some restaurants advertise that they have a "regular" menu and a vegan menu (does that mean that vegan is irregular?), so we have decided to refer to our menus simply as a vegan and a non-vegan menu.