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Vegan Fast Food Outfit Plant Power Is Now Flipping Patties in Vegas

The Californian fast food chain opened its first out-of-state location, on Craig Road, last week

outside of burger joint with wall to ceiling windows and large burger sign Plant Power/Supplied

Vegan burger-and-more chain Plant Power Fast Food unlocked the doors to its first outpost outside of California October 15 — it’s in Las Vegas, at the corner of Craig Road and the 95.

Known for its meat-free reinterpretations of fast-food standards, Plant Power’s Vegas base is now open daily, with a drive-thru and self-serve kiosks, serving up breakfast sandwiches and burritos, crispy “chicken” patties and nuggets, beef-like burgers, including the McDonald’s-rhyming “Big Zac,” wraps, fries, pies, soy and oat-based milkshakes, and more.

Operated by the same hospitality group behind Town Square all-day breakfast spot Broken Yolk Café, Plant Power’s latest location is nestled into a purpose-built 4,039-square-foot space (to be shared with a forthcoming Bonanno’s NY Pizzeria). It’s decked with full-wall windows, suspended globe lighting, and bamboo furniture, for a decidedly mid-century modern design.

Plant Power founders Zach Vouga and Jeffrey Harris debuted the vegan fast food eatery in 2016, and have since opened eight locations in Southern California. They begin their nation-wide expansion with this Craig Road opening, and are expected to usher in yet another Vegas outlet — in Enterprise, at the intersection of Rainbow Boulevard and Richmar Avenue — later this year.

Plant Power Fast Food is open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. at 7090 W Craig Rd, Suite 120.

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