Plant Power Fast Food is now open in Hollywood

Burgers, nuggets and milkshakes, oh my! Popular vegan fast food restaurant, Plant Power Fast Food is now open in Hollywood! This is the chain’s first physical location in Los Angeles and its eleventh overall.

The future of fast food

The San Diego-based restaurant opened in 2016. With a classic drive-thru menu and ambiance, Plant Power Fast Food has become known as “the future of fast food.” That’s because it’s 100% vegan, meaning the food is more sustainable for the environment, animals, and customer health. Over the years, Plant Power Fast Food has grown in popularity on the food scene, expanding to several other Southern California locations. Last summer, the company announced its expansion into the West Coast region with the opening of restaurants in Sacramento, Las Vegas and Hollywood.

Plant Power Fast Food’s Vegan Interpretations of Iconic Fast Food Favorites

The Plant Power Fast Food menu offers vegan interpretations of all of fast food’s most iconic dishes, from breakfast to dessert! There are seven different burgers, including a vegan bacon cheeseburger. Other handhelds include classic and buffalo chicken sandwiches and wraps, as well as a Southwestern avocado wrap, fish fillet sandwich, and a plethora of breakfast sandwiches. But that’s not all! Plant Power Fast Food also offers a variety of salads, fries, chicken fillets, and chicken nuggets that give off a better-for-you McDonald’s vibe. For dessert, there are milkshakes, soft serve ice cream, cheesecake, cookies, and brownies.

Kimberly Tran

Plant Power Fast Food Hollywood is now open

Now that you know what’s on the menu, you can probably see what the Plant Power Fast Food hype is all about. This week, Plant Power Fast Food Hollywood opened its doors to the public for Hollywood natives and visitors alike to indulge in a delicious vegan meal. You can find Plant Power Fast Food’s new location at 776 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90038. It’s currently open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We’ll see each other there!

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