SO I’VE HAD A RUNNING JOKE AROUND THE STATION THAT EVERYBODY IN THE WORLD IS VEGAN, AND I WAS JUST HONESTLY PLAYING BUT I CAN’T LIE IT’S THE TRUTH. MORE AND MORE PEOPLE ARE DONE EATING MEAT!!! I DO BELIEVE I AM ONE OF THE LAST LIVING MEAT EATERS (PAUSE) LOL AND NOW IT SEEMS THAT EVERY RESTAURANT IN THE CITY IS SERVING THEIR VERSION OF A VEGAN BURGER. I CAN’T LIE IN THE PASS I WOULD’VE NEVER EVER TRIED ONE………BUT LATELY I CAN’T LIE , NOW I’M NOT GOING VEGAN NO BUT THESE BURGERS…….ARE THE $HIT!!! AND NOW THE 614 MAGAZINE HAS LISTED THE BEST PLACES TO GET THESE GREAT BURGERS MADE WITH NOW MEAT…..
VIA 614 MAGAZINE…….Eden Burger
1437 N High St.
Eden Burger’s offerings don’t contain meat or dairy products, but they taste more all-American than many real-meat burgers do. Depending on which variation you get, your burger might come topped with convincing vegan cheese, tempeh bacon, onion rings, or their signature Eden sauce, which tastes about as vegan as buttermilk ranch.
The patty itself is a hand-crafted recipe the owners started honing long before the restaurant opened last year. Beans, pumpkin seeds, and spices give it a full flavor profile all its own.
Eden burgers come in a few variations, but the real star of the show is the BBQ Western burger. It has an Eden patty dressed up with onion rings, BBQ sauce, ranch, and fried jalepeños. This thing is an absolute flavor bomb, offering all the richness and decadence you could possibly want in a burger, meatless or not.
463 and 4560 N High St.
Fans of traditional burgers who want a meatless option should swing by one of Bareburger’s two locations on High Street. They offer a classy lineup of real meat hamburgers, but they also serve a patty that that seems like a scientific anomaly. That’s why it’s called the Impossible Burger. This faux-meat patty is nearly indistinguishable from real beef.
It looks, feels, smells, and even bleeds like a standard burger. Topped with American cheese, pickles, lettuce, stout onions, and special sauce, this burger is a perfect stand-in for the real thing. Eat it for your health. Eat it for the environment. Eat it because you want a tasty burger.