Las Vegas\u00a0now has its first-ever fully vegan\u00a0hot dog cart,\u00a0Phyto's Vegan Eats,\u00a0which sells deliciously dirty plant-based dogs. Founded in April this year when Las Vegas couple\u00a0Monica and Anibal Flores came across a food cart for sale, Phyto's Vegan Eats aims to retain the familiarity and nostalgia of familiar food. According to Monica, this can be lost when people\u00a0transition to a plant-based diet. Speaking to Vegans Baby,\u00a0the co-founder explained that Phyto's Vegan Eats is determined to bring accessible plant-based food, namely\u00a0"some good ol' fashion hot dogs from a good ol' fashion hot\u00a0dog cart,"\u00a0to the streets of the destination city. Whilst the number of vegan eateries in Las Vegas is up by 400 percent since 2016, vegan-friendly street food carts, notes Monica, are still hard to come by. "It is very rare as a vegan to be able to walk to a street cart and order vegan food and we want to change that," she said.\u00a0"It\u2019s a simple comfort food that people of all ages enjoy whether vegan or non-vegan and we are so happy to be able to bring something like this to such a loving and supportive community." The company, which debuted at this year's Vegas VegFest, has big plans for the future. The pair hopes to one day\u00a0open a restaurant;\u00a0Anibal, a professional cook of seven years, hopes to introduce dishes like shepherd's pie, ramen, tacos, curries, and pizza to Phyto's Vegan Eats menu once the duo has a kitchen to work from.\u00a0However, in the meantime, the duo is committed to "selling hot dogs and making them as creative as possible." The meat-free hot dogs are available in three varieties: the jalapeno-spiked El Guey\u00a0topped with pico de gallo, bacon, jalape\u00f1os, and avocado mayo;\u00a0the bacon-topped Crispy Cowboy served with crunchy onions and BBQ sauce; and the Korean-inspired Kimchi Kool with furikake, Hoisin sauce and Sriracha mayo. A do-it-yourself option is also available, enabling customers to loads their dog with toppings like crushed chips, avocado mayo, crispy onions and a range of relish. Image credit: Phyto's Vegan Eats Become a\u00a0CLUBKINDLY\u00a0member today!