“Vegan pub fare” sounds like a clear contradiction in terms, but celebrated chef Mary Dumont has pulled off the seemingly impossible: comfort fare that’s entirely plant-based. The spot has reimagined all your game-day faves: buffalo wings, loaded nachos, pepperoni pizza, burgers. Yep, they’re all completely vegan (tofu and cauliflower are doing a lot of the work here), complemented by a vegan wine list and craft beers, including some nonalcoholic options. Little wonder that a second outlet has already opened in Fenway.
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Chef Mary Dumont’s 100% plant-based restaurant is reimagining pub food sans animal products—and PlantPub is proving that’s a delicious reality with three different burgers on the menu. First, choose from an Impossible patty or the shop’s house-blend veggie burger, then pick toppings that range from classics you’d expect to find at a backyard barbecue to kimchi aioli, guacamole, and spicy sesame slaw. Beyond the burgers, you’ll find other fast food staples like sweet potato and regular fries, and guests even have the option to order the fries fully loaded with housemade cashew paprika queso and vegan chili.
Vegan pub fare may sound like a clear contradiction, but celebrated chef Mary Dumont of Cultivar and Harvest has pulled off the seemingly impossible: comfort fare that’s entirely plant-based. The new Kendall Square spot has reimagined all your game-day faves: buffalo wings, loaded nachos, pepperoni pizza, and burgers. Every dish is completely vegan, with tofu and cauliflower doing a lot of the work, and food options are complemented by a vegan wine list and craft beers, including some nonalcoholic options.