Cafe Mustache has free wi-fi that shuts off at 6pm every evening, as well as coffee drinks, sandwiches, vegan chili, and a bar that starts serving in the evening. Very close to the California blue line.
Sublime's menu is not huge but it does include two vegan maki. The Futo Veggie roll contains inari (fried soy skin), oshinko (pickled radish), marinated shiitake mushrooms, avocado, and cucumber. The other is Vanilla Potato Temp, a very sweet tempura yam roll. There is also a vegan appetizer, which is a slightly spicy seaweed salad. It's not an extensive vegan selection but it is a very delicious one, and the prices were very good, despite being next door to a barber shop that charges $17 for a buzz cut.
Stan's offers vegan donuts as a "specialty" donut. Get there early in the day if you want one, they tend to sell out by around 5.
From their website:
We make authentic Indian recipes and all our dishes are available gluten-free, with some also made with organic ingredients.
On weekdays, you can order from the à la carte menu.
Our all-you-can-eat vegan Indian buffet, named one of Chicago’s Top 10 Buffets by The Chicago Traveler and one of the top 8 by NewsCastic, is available all day Saturday and for lunch on Sunday.
The Dill Pickle is a small, local grocery cooperative that is open to the public. Members get discounts on their groceries, and have the chance to volunteer to get even more discounts. Open every day.