V-Eats Modern Vegan recently opened in Dallas’ Trinity Groves “dining theme park” and immediately became a sensation. Why all the commotion? Vegan brisket—that’s why. Yes, you heard that correctly: vegan brisket.
A photo posted by V-Eats at Trinity Groves (@veatsdallas) on Oct 12, 2016 at 1:03pm PDT
Did you get an eyeful of the classic barbecue dish? It’s a masterpiece. No wonder local news outlets were all over it, and the dish quickly became the restaurant’s bestseller. Owner and chef Troy Gardner explains, “We are looking to reel some folks in and show them that plant based diets aren’t necessarily just tofu.” Mission accomplished!
V-Eats’ brisket sliders, sandwiches, and tacos may be the stars of the show, but check out some other gorgeous dishes being served:
A mushroom, cream cheese, basil, and seitan puff pastry with white truffle oil:
A photo posted by V-Eats at Trinity Groves (@veatsdallas) on Aug 31, 2016 at 10:09am PDT
Behold, this artichoke and veggie sausage pizza:
A photo posted by V-Eats at Trinity Groves (@veatsdallas) on Sep 26, 2016 at 10:29am PDT
What about the portobello and spinach tofu scramble, with vegan sausage gravy and biscuits?
A photo posted by V-Eats at Trinity Groves (@veatsdallas) on Aug 17, 2016 at 10:38am PDT
And don’t forget this shiitake pasta arrabiata on a cushion of pesto:
A photo posted by V-Eats at Trinity Groves (@veatsdallas) on Aug 10, 2016 at 10:29am PDT
Who wants to take a trip to Texas or even become a resident right about now? Us, too.
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