Fast casual restaurant chain Veggie Grill, best known for its burgers, salads, and those delish bowls, says it’s making it easier than ever to go plant-based this Thanksgiving with the launch of its first complete pre-cooked VG Thanksgiving Feast.

The limited-edition holiday menu comes stacked with enough food to feed 4-5 hungry adults (or just one, no judgements). And the menu does not disappoint: it features a tofu and seitan based holiday roast that’s completely stuffed with cranberries and wild rice, sure to satisfy any traditionalist. It’s paired with all the sides you’re used to: cornbread stuffing, green bean casserole, mashed yams, cauli-mashed potatoes, porcini gravy, and cranberry sauce.

This is the first time the 28-location chain has offered a complete Thanksgiving meal plan, but with demand for vegan and plant-based foods at an all-time high, it’s not surprising. Most of the chain’s locations are in California (it’s headquartered in Santa Monica), which has a large number of people regularly seeking out healthy and delicious vegan food, particularly for the holidays.

The Feast will be available at all locations, including those in Oregon and Washington. Customers can order online or at their local Veggie Grill by Sunday, November 19th. The Feasts retail for $69.95 and can’t be customized. Find more info over at Veggie Grill.

 

 

 

Comments