PlantPub, known for vegan bar food, expands to the Fenway

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The restaurant will be serving sustainably sourced food.

A burger with fries at PlantPub. Photo courtesy of PlantPub

PlantPub’s second Boston spot opens July 15 in the Fenway, bringing a new solution for a pre- or article-game nosh: vegan bar foodstuff.

Co-founders Mary Dumont and Pat McAuley hope to make healthier foodstuff additional accessible to all even though supporting local farmers, craft brewers, and plant-primarily based brand names. The restaurant serves up fun, American consolation food items that are manufactured entirely from plants, from the burgers to the comfortable serve.

“This is an enjoyable undertaking for us, to be ready to arrive at so a lot of persons, it’s heading to alter the way the earth perceives plant-based mostly food items,” Matthew Kenney of Matthew Kenney Cuisine, who is partnering with the founders, claimed in a push release. “Growing up in the Northeast, in Maine, I truly feel connected to this component of the globe and have a lot of recollections of observing video games and concerts at Fenway. It’s very good to appear back residence.”

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Menu items include charred vegetable artichoke dip, hot dogs, road corn pizza, and kimchi sliders, all vegan. PlantPub will also present solutions like loaded nachos, fried cauliflower wings, and a traditional caesar salad. Many burger choices occur with possibly an Unattainable or housemade veggie patty on a regular or gluten-cost-free bun. Prospects can also decide on up a fried “chicken” sandwich or a “pulled pork” sandwich, produced from plant-based ingredients.

Beers highlighting New England breweries will be on faucet, and there’s also wine and non-alcoholic drinks. Frappes and comfortable provide ice cream also grace the menu.

The next spot will be the brand’s flagship, showcasing an 8,000 square foot place with 250 seats in an industrial-model location.

“It is a desire to carry PlantPub to the Fenway community,” Dumont reported. “Sports and pub foodstuff go hand in hand, and we are thrilled to offer our reimagined get on the pub knowledge to Fenway, a quintessential location right here in our hometown. Our new partnership with MKC is specifically what we have wanted to push PlantPub into the foreseeable future.”  

PlantPub, 61 Brookline Ave., Boston. 11 a.m.-11 p.m. daily (bar hrs will be held lengthier)


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