Restaurants serving plant-based meat

Where to find plant-based meat products at fast-casual restaurants in Los Angeles and Orange County.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • October 24, 2021
A decade ago, when you wanted a veggie burger for dinner, you could probably find a restaurant serving a patty made from mashed beans, rice and mushrooms. There were no menu items listing plant-based chicken or deli meat. Now, a growing number of...
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