There Are 18 Fast Food Restaurants Serving Vegan Burgers

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Hard Rock Cafe

Since late last year, some 40 locations of this rock-and-roll-themed chain have served an Impossible Burger. The cheddar cheese and brioche bun (made with egg) are non-starters for vegans, but may be easily avoided.

Next Level Burger

You can’t get meat or chicken at this tiny vegan chain (there are just seven locations, in Washington, Oregon, California, Texas, and New York). A Beyond Burger leads off the burger menu, and there are a number of other vegetable-based choices. There are also Beyond Brat hot dogs, non-dairy cheese, and tempeh bacon on offer.

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Red Robin

Besides listing an Impossible Cheeseburger on the menu at its 560-plus locations, this chain invites diners to order an Impossible patty instead of the usual kind for any of its burgers.

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It’s not exactly a burger, but Subway has just introduced a Beyond Meatball Marinara sub at 685 locations across the U.S. and Canada. Assuming that the new item is a success, it will soon be rolled out to all Subway units.

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TGI Friday’s

This international casual-dining restaurant chain, with about 870 branches, serves a Beyond Meat cheeseburger. The white cheddar and Fridays Sauce it comes with are not vegan — but can be omitted on request.

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