A new burger corner is entrance to Denver, charity a menu of American classics such as cheeseburgers, prohibited dogs, shakes, fries, nachos, and milkshakes, with one catch: it’s all vegan. Meta Burger is located during 7950 E. Mississippi Ave. and will open this week.
The fast-casual grill includes both bound menu equipment like a Supernova burger with habanero jam, cheese, preserved jalapeños, lettuce, preserved red onions, and tomato though also facilities a build-your-own bar with options like buns, patties, and specialty toppings including grilled pineapple, caramelized onions, mac ‘n cheese, and salsas such as teriyaki and guacamole.
Owners Michael Reeves and Matthew Coates met while operative during Native Foods in Boulder. Their grill was innate from a enterprise to offer diners a vegan choice that is healthier, some-more environmentally accessible than beef, and affordable (the many costly burgers are $8.49). They use a soy belligerent beef product called Hungry Planet (which they deteriorate and make into patties in house) that has roughly half a calories and fat of allied choice beef burgers such as a Beyond Burger and a Impossible Burger.
Among some of a some-more important options, a soy-based soothing offer ice cream that can be customized (think Dairy Queen Blizzard) and a tawny cheese salsa done from an eggplant base. The eatery skeleton internal and inhabitant enlargement in a nearby future.
The grill is open from Monday by Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday until 10 p.m., and Sunday until 4 p.m.
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