3 South Florida Restaurants Offering Plant-Based Cuisine
Impossible Foods arrives in South Florida with local spots serving the once hard-to-come-by plant-based substitutes.
Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar
Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar serves The Impossible Burger (a 100 percent plant-based burger that’s designed to mimic the flavor, aroma and texture of real meat), in addition to a classic: the Impossible Meatloaf. Enjoy it with whipped sweet potato, haricot vert, truffled mushroom, sweet and spicy ketchup glaze with blistered tomatoes and crispy beets.
1841 S. Federal Highway, Ste. 402, Delray Beach; 561.266.3239; harvestseasonalgrill.com/delray-beach-restaurant
Milk Money Bar & Kitchen
If you’re headed to Milk Money Bar & Kitchen for a tasty cocktail, pair it with one of three Impossible Foods. The Impossible Burger is topped with pesto; the Impossible Lollipops feature three crispy “meatballs” with vegan cheddar, cilantro, scallion, coconut and sriracha glaze rolled in toasted sesame seeds; and the Impossible Veggie Tacos come with black beans, avocado, vegan cheese, scallion and house-made pesto and pico de gallo.
815 NE 13th St., Fort Lauderdale; 954.990.4018; milkmoneybar.com
Clovermint Café & Market
This lunch hot spot serves the Impossible Burger on an organic wheat bun with a variety of toppings. But the real showstopper is the Impossible Patty Melt. The diner-style patty comes with your choice of vegan cheeses, topped with Clovermint’s pink sauce. It’s served on grilled bread with lettuce, tomato and onion.
3433 Griffin Road, Dania Beach; 754.888.9766; clovermintcafe.com