Impossible Foods opens vegan fast food restaurants in metro Phoenix

Impossible Foods, the company known for its soy-based meat alternatives, including the popular Impossible Burger, has opened four delivery-only restaurants in Arizona.

The Impossible Shop operates out of Dog Haus restaurants in Phoenix, Gilbert, Tempe and Yuma.

Plant-based meat companies, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, have seen a rise in popularity in recent years, as they expanded to more grocery stores and began collaborations with national chains of Taco Bell for white castlewhich offer vegetarian dishes made with Impossible or Beyond fake meats.

The menu at Arizona's first white castle includes impossible burgers made with beef, chicken, fish, vegetables and plants.

Impossible Food’s vegan products, from chicken nuggets to sausages, are made from soy protein genetically modified to mimic the flavor, texture and taste of meat.

The Impossible Shop is the company’s first restaurant concept.

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What’s on the menu at The Impossible Shop

The Impossible Shop menu features vegan fast food, including a breakfast burrito, chicken nuggets and burgers like the Pat-B Melt, named after company founder Patrick O. Brown, which includes a quarter pound Impossible Burger patty, cola caramelized onions. , vegetable cheese sauce and dill pickles on grilled sourdough with a house sauce on the side.

Sides include chili fries topped with Impossible Chili and a plant-based cheese sauce with chipotle cream and scallions.

The Impossible Shop menu is available on delivery platforms including DoorDash, Postmates, Uber Eats and GrubHub.

Details: The Impossible Shop (inside Dog Haus), 1 E. Washington St., #120, Phoenix. Order online and find additional locations at impossiblefoods.com/the-impossible-shop.

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