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This California Vegan chain is updating its locations, giving each its own personality but keeping a California feel.
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Healthy James is a health-conscious “heat and eat” concept that offers meals, supplements, smoothies and fresh juices for people on the go.
From a Space-Age-meets-punk-rock burger joint to a veg-forward eatery with an on-site garden, anything goes in The Lou.
Based in Miami, DIRT describes itself as a place where “clean eating and great taste coexist.”
Veggie Grill, a plant-based fast-casual restaurant chain opened a location in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood.
New York City-based Bareburger, specializing in what it calls “clean comfort food” opened a new location in New York Upper West Side neighborhood with a refreshed design
Though California and Germany both have outdoor dining traditions, the two aren’t often connected. They are brought together at Hinterhof, a new Vegan beer garden located
Chase Hospitality Group opened Planta Burger in Toronto’s financial district on
E Squared Hospitality (E2), the New York City–based group behind such beefy full-service brands as BLT Steak, BLT Prime and BLT Burger, last summer added a
Acclaimed hospitality designer Paul Basile of BASILE Studio (Ironside Fish & Oyster, UnderBelly, Craft & Commerce) teamed
Fast-casual vegan restaurant chain Native Foods Cafe has opened the first of eight units planned for the Washington, D.C./Northern Virginia market.