The wait for a vegan fast food restaurant to come to Las Vegas is almost over. Plant Power, a 100 percent vegan fast food chain serving burgers, fries and shakes (aka a vegan McDonald’s) is coming to Las Vegas.
Plant Power has built its business with the goal of changing the world, one burger at a time. The restaurant, known for eats like the Big Zac (think veganized Big Mac), features a menu that’s cholesterol-free, with no high-fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors or colorings.
It’a first location opened in 2016 in San Diego. Shortly after, it expanded to Los Angeles. Now, Plant Power is set to open more spots this year — one in San Diego and LA, another in Sacramento and two in Las Vegas.
The new locations in Las Vegas mark the brand’s first expansion outside of their eight in California.
Plant Power locations in Las Vegas
The first Plant Power to open in Las Vegas is in the northwest part of the city, near Lone Mountain.
Both locations will have a drive-thru. As for opening dates, Lone Mountain is rumored to open late summer. The Rainbow Ave. location is a bit more broad, sometime in 2022.
The Plant Power menu
Plant Power Fast Food’s menu features all the fast food staples. It’s got six burgers to choose from, including the Big Zac and a Classic Bacon Cheeseburger. Beans, quinoa, ground oats, carrots, walnuts and spices make up the burgers here. Yup, no Impossible or Beyond.
In addition, the menu also offers sandwiches and wraps like a buffalo chicken sandwich, fish filet and even an avocado wrap.
For salad lovers, they serve four of ’em. Choose from a BBQ chicken, super food, chicken caesar or Fiesta salad with taco meat.
Next, the small meals and sides include buffalo wings, chicken nuggets and tenders, plus fries and more.
Of course, no meal is complete without dessert. And Plant Power has you covered. Desserts here range from old fashioned shakes in a variety of flavors (hello, horchata) to cookies, cheesecakes and brownies.
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