Plant Power Fast Food

Plant Power Fast Food

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- A California-originated plant-based fast food restaurant has opened its first location in the Las Vegas Valley.

Plant Power Fast Food opened at 7090 W. Craig Road, near U.S. 95. The restaurant uses 100% plant-based ingredients.

Clark County Commissioner Ross Miller held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the restaurant on Friday morning. The first 100 guests were given vouchers good for a free burger on their next visit.

The restaurant is open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more information, click here.

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So basically how many ways can you serve French fries and onion rings.


And salad. These things ALWAYS fail. And I celebrate when they do.


Liberal idiocy. Send these bozos packing back to California.


Let the free market decide. If enough people want a plant based fast food restaurant it will survive, if not it will have to adapt or go out of business.


Oh absolutely. I'm happy to let liberals show their idiocy.

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