Black-owned vegan grill joint opened in Atlanta
New vegan restaurant Grass VBQ Joint to open in Atlanta in December. Chef Terry Sargent first opened the vegan grill idea as a neighborhood pop-up and brings his 20 years of cooking expertise to his first stationary location. The menu consists of quite a lot of “Sammiches”, together with Clucker (rooster sandwich), Groveway (with pulled jackfruit), Titustown (with “Veef” brisket) and Smoked Lobstah Roll, all of that are served with a facet of potato chips. Grass VBQ additionally gives vegan Jerk Wings, a sampler platter of its vegan meat, served with sides comprised of mac and cheese and powerful baked beans, in addition to a collection of desserts.
The restaurant’s objective is to “present conventional southern Q with out guilt”. To do that, Grass VBQ smokes its vegan meat chilly with a combination of Georgia hickory, maple and cherry wooden for 5 hours. The Alabama White, Creole Mustard Gold and Vidalia Onion sauces prepare dinner slowly for a number of hours; and grills Georgia peaches to create his Bourbon Burnt Sugar Peach Crumble Dessert.
Along with the burger chain Slutty Vegan, the taco store Chi Chi Vegan and the pizza store Plant Primarily based Pizzeria, the brand new restaurant will be part of a rising variety of vegan corporations in Atlanta.