To celebrate the star’s 47th birthday, Kourtney decorated the vegan restaurant with red roses and silver chrome balloons. The rocker-themed party also featured a vegan cake from the Flour Shop with icing that read, ‘Family Loyalty Respect’.
The surprise celebration was held at Crossroads Kitchen in Los Angeles, in which Barker was one of the original investors.
“I haven’t eaten meat since I was 13 years old, so really good plant protein is important to me,” Barker said in a press release. “When I went fully vegan 15 years ago, the options were basically straight vegetables, so I’m excited to see more plant-based choices on menus.”
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Although Kardashian is not fully vegan, she said that it is important to her to eat a primarily plant-based diet.
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