Vegan Fast-Food Chain Plants First Out-of-State Seeds

Plant Power will soon be serving its plant-based burgers, fries, and shakes to Nevadans
Vegan Fast-Food Chain Plants First Out-of-State Seeds
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The future of fast food has arrived: California-based Plant Power serves 100% plant-based burgers, fries, and shakes. According to Tu Companies, the Las Vegas-based hospitality and commercial retail real estate group behind Plant Food, the vegan fast-food chain is “dedicated to being environmentally sustainable and uses plant-based or biodegradable packaging wherever possible.”

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Plant Power offers a healthier, more natural option for fast-foodies. This vegan fast-food chain is cracking smiles with their “Meat is Over!” shirts and satisfying cravings with Big Zacs, Buffalo ’66s, “Chicken” Wraps, and “Fish” Fillets. And their retro-70s-burger-joint aesthetic is drawing newcomers everyday.

Since its 2016 launch, Plant Power has been working on conquering the Golden State with locations in Ocean Beach, Encinitas, Redlands, San Diego State University, Long Beach, Riverside, Fountain Valley, and one coming to Sacramento. However, the vegan fast-food franchise intends to also expand across the nation. The two locations coming to Las Vegas will be the franchise’s first outside of California.

According to Eater Las Vegas, the first Las Vegas drive-thru Plant Power will be moving into a 4,039 square foot structure alongside Bonanno’s NY Pizzeria near the intersection of Craig Road and the 95, across the parking lot from Kneaders Bakery & Cafe.

The second Las Vegas Plant Power will settle in “a 3,000-square-foot restaurant in Enterprise, close to the corner of Rainbow Boulevard and Richmar Avenue.” This second location will also include a drive-thru and sit alongside breakfast and brunch spot The Broken Yolk Cafe.

Although Plant Power’s Las Vegas debut date has yet to be officially announced be sure to check back here for updates. In the meantime, keep an eye out for Plant Power’s vibrant and vintage orange, yellow, and green advertisements in the area.

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Laura Moreno

Laura Moreno

Laura Moreno is a freelance writer and editor. She holds a BA from Northwestern University and an MFA from Syracuse University. She is based in the greater Los Angeles area.
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