Los Angeles Opens First Vegan Plant-Powered Fast Food Store
If you’re looking for healthy options for a quick meal, you may want to head over to Plant Power Fast Food at their new building in Los Angeles. They’ve opened their 11th store to date, and this one’s in the heart of Hollywood. They serve 100% plant-based fast food that rivals other chain’s meat options.
It’s a great place where you don’t have to feel guilty about animals, or wonder if what you’re eating has preservatives or pesticides. Everything on the menu is guaranteed to be fresh. They say that most of their customers don’t claim to be vegan, but are omnivores looking for different options. There’s also a menu search option that will allow you to filter things out. Because plant-based food also have carbs (there’s no getting around that), they have search options for every kind of lifestyle and dietary restrictions.
Plant Power Fast Food is a 100% vegan version of traditional fast food brands and features a menu ranging from burgers, fries, shakes and ‘chicken’ nuggets to salads, fresh juices, a children’s menu and full breakfast selection. Keeping to its sustainable ethic, tables, booths and furnishings at the new location are constructed from renewable bamboo and chairs are made from recycled plastic. Disposable cutlery is all plant-based and compostable as is the majority of takeout packaging.
Located near the intersection of Vine Street and Melrose Avenue around the block from Paramount Studios, this location features indoor and outdoor dining, plentiful parking, traditional counter service, a self-order kiosk, mobile order and pick-up, and local third-party delivery. A company spokesperson shared that four additional units are slated to open by the end of the year.
If you’re looking for a local Plant Powered Fast Food chain they do have multiple throughout California as well as one in Las Vegas, Nevada. You can view all locations by here. And they also have Postmates delivery options.