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Antler seems an unlikely target for the animal rights set. The restaurant’s entire concept is about local game and humanely raised livestock. Hunter himself is a forager and a hunter who has publicly criticized factory farming.
But the fact that Antler is a small establishment touting ethical meat is exactly why protesters selected it.
They want Hunter to join them at a vigil at a slaughterhouse, held for the animals on their way inside. And ultimately, they want the restaurant, all restaurants, to go totally vegan
Hunter’s addition of vegan dishes to his menu has done little to assuage the activists.
Second, they believe the concept of humane meat is a myth and see Antler as an opportunity to debunk it.
I think that eating meat will be outlawed some day.
I think that eating will be outlawed some day.
originally posted by: Woodcarver