Veggie Grill: a Vegan Restaurant Chain

Veggie Grill is an entirely vegan fast-casual restaurant chain. It offers a fantastic selection of American-style diner food, featuring a seasonally updated menu. With over thirty locations nationwide, the company operates more vegan restaurants in the United States than any chain except Loving Hut.

The company was founded by Kevin Boylan and T.K. Pillan with the guidance of restaurateur Ray White. The first Veggie Grill opened in 2006 in Irvine, California.

Veggie Grill’s Menu

The menu features hearty burgers, wraps, salads, grilled items, and delicious desserts. Be sure to try the carrot cake! Side dishes include sweet potato fries, buffalo wings, and crispy cauliflower. They also offer a children’s menu that includes chickin’ nuggets and mac-n-cheese.

Food is reasonably priced. You get an all-vegan menu at prices only a little higher than Denny’s. If you’re concerned about nutrition, you’re in luck. The chain features a nutritional calculator on their website breaking down every single item on the menu.

The dining experience offers a clean and comfortable atmosphere and plentiful seating. In their citywide awards, both the Los Angeles Times and the Orange County Register have named Veggie Grill, “Best American Restaurant.”

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