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This Philly Restaurant Chain Now Serves the “Impossible” Vegan Burger

Now you've got even more places to try this plant-powered patty.


The Impossible Burger at Frankford Hall. Photograph by Caroline Cunningham.

Uninspired vegan burgers are a dime a dozen, which is why we got pretty excited when the Impossible Burger started popping up on menus around Philly. For one thing, it’s totally plant-based. For another thing, it actually really, really tastes like “real” meat, thanks to a plant protein called heme.

While a few months ago, just a few Philadelphia restaurants were carrying the burger, we’ve started seeing it on more menus around the city. And starting this week, that list includes Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar, which has several locations in the greater Philadelphia metro area.

Harvest’s farm-to-table menu has been on our list of “good for vegetarians” for a while now, and with their new spring menu, which launched on March 21, they’re really playing up their plant-powered meals.

“We have added a vast number of plant-based options to our spring menu to please the ever-growing number of vegetarians and vegans in all of our locations,” said Harvest CEO Dave Magrogan, in a press release.

But the team at Harvest Seasonal Grill is particularly jazzed about the addition of the Impossible Burger, which will be served with bibb lettuce, tomato, red onion, and vegan cheddar cheese on a vegan roll.

“The new Impossible Burger is a game-changer,” said Harvest executive chef Josh Short in a press release. “It’s tastes so much like the traditional beef burger that it easily fools your brain.”

Ready to give this we-can’t-believe-it’s-vegan burger a try? Head to any of the area’s Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar locations.

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