PLNT Burger will open a vegetarian restaurant at Whole Foods in Jenkintown
With the arrival of PLNT Burger, Jenkintown will soon open a new plant restaurant inside the local Whole Foods Market, which is the creative of the restaurant owner and former “top chef” competitor Spike Mendelsohn.
The location of Jenkintown is the eighth restaurant of the start-up company, and the second in Pennsylvania is the PLNT Burger Opened at Whole Foods Market in Wynnewood Last July.
The restaurant’s name is “Planet Burger”, and its specialty recipes include Beyond Meat patties, sausages used on burgers and sandwiches, and other plant-based snacks, milkshakes and biscuits.
The Jenkintown location will provide outdoor terrace seating as well as passing PLNT Hamburg Websites and applications.
Mendelsohn, a Canadian chef based in Washington, DC, has opened several popular restaurants in the country’s capital and hopes to see PLNT Burger expand in the area. He said that the target customers of this restaurant are those who want to substitute red meat for other things to enjoy classic comfort food, not just vegans and vegetarians.
The company recently announced the appointment of its first CEO, Ben Kaplan, who is the co-founder of PLNT Burger.
Kaplan said: “Our vision is to create the best burger on earth for this planet.” QSR Magazine. “By creating delicious foods that can satisfy even the most discerning carnivores, we are changing the way people eat vegetables. Moreover, we are helping people reduce their carbon footprint and improve their health one bite at a time.”
The PLNT Burger in Jenkintown, on the Whole Foods Market at 1575 The Fairway, will open on May 14. The restaurant will give 100 hamburgers to the first group of people attending the opening ceremony for free.