There Are 18 Fast Food Restaurants Serving Vegan Burgers

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The Cheesecake Factory

There’s an Impossible Burger on the huge menu at the nearly 200 units of this popular dinner house chain — vegan except for the easily omitted melted cheese.

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Dave & Buster’s

This restaurant, sports bar, and arcade chain serves an Impossible Burger at many of its almost 140 locations in 39 states plus Puerto Rico and Ontario, Canada. They’ll also let diners substitute the meatless patty for the meat in any of their other burger specialties.

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Call it a breakfast burger. The Beyond Meat folks created a sausage patty especially for this ubiquitous chain — formerly known as Dunkin’ Donuts — to use in its breakfast sandwich. Of course, you’d have to order it without the egg and cheese to keep it vegan.

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At its 78 U.S. locations, in six western states plus New Jersey and Pennsylvania, this chain offers an Impossible Fatburger. Some outposts make Daiya vegan cheese available, and some also carry Udi’s Gluten Free Buns.

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Hamburger Mary’s

In addition to burgers made from turkey, ahi tuna, ostrich, buffalo, salmon, and actual beef, this chain of independently owned burger joints (there are 18 in nine states) offers a homemade vegan black bean patty, a quinoa burger — and a “revolutionary” Beyond Burger.

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