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Fuel Cafe Restaurant Review: What was once an automobile repair shop is now an upscale café serving an all-natural menu with an emphasis on grass-fed meats and vegan options. The dining room is small, but there’s a breezy outdoor patio that’s perfect for fair weather. Classically trained chef Erik Proveaux’s seasonal menu includes the local favorite bison burger topped with caramelized onions and apple wood-smoked bacon, and a vegan burger that even appeals to meat-eaters. Daily seafood specials always feature wild-caught --- never farmed --- fish. You’ll generally always find the steak served with fries, and the vegetarian walnut meatloaf with smashed potatoes and leek mushroom gravy. Brunch features both traditional dishes (migas, french toast, vegan biscuits and gravy) and the non-traditional (chili cheese fries, Gulf shrimp hash). For dessert, consider the apple crisp deluxe or the vegan cheesecake. Bring your own wine for a mere $5 corkage fee.