The folks at Beyond Meat are burning the midnight oil trying to keep up with the insatiable demand for their juicy, flavorful burgers that are almost indistinguishable from meat (except for the lack of cruelty to animals, environmental destruction, cholesterol, hormones, and antibiotics, but you know).
The Beyond Burger is now available at thousands of restaurants, hotels, universities, theaters, breweries, stadiums, theme parks, and elsewhere. Here are a few of the chains where you can snag one:
After working with PETA, “America’s diner” answered America’s craving, introducing Beyond Meat at its nearly 1,600 locations across the country. Choose from Denny’s three bun options and tasty toppings such as mushroom and avocado.
Sheetz became the first U.S. convenience store chain to offer that plant-based great taste. It’s now available at all 597 locations, and you can customize it with several different bun options and toppings, including black olives, caramelized onions, fire-roasted peppers, guacamole, and salsa.
After a test run in a few restaurants, Beyond Burger became the fastest test-to-table menu addition in TGI Fridays history. It’s now offered at all 469 locations nationwide.
After PETA worked with the parent company of Carl’s Jr. on improving animal welfare and expanding its vegan options, it made Beyond Burgers available at its whopping nearly 1,500 Carl’s Jr. locations nationwide.
“Chicago’s home-grown burger institution” is giving Beyond Burgers made-to-order treatment for loads of flavor combinations at all eight locations.
Plan Check’s plan is to offer “modern American comfort food.” Check.
BurgerFi was ahead of the game—it was the first national burger chain to offer the Beyond Burger, making it available in 100 locations nationwide.
America’s first 100 percent vegan burger joint also offers vegan shakes, sandwiches, grilled cheese, hot dogs, chili, and more French fry options than you can shake a, well, fry at.
Chelo’s is leading the charge in Rhode Island, making Beyond Burgers—complete with all the animal-friendly toppings and vegan buns—available to every customer of the largest family-owned chain in the state.
Pirates and princesses crave Beyond, too, and Disney delivers with offerings at multiple locations across its parks.
Of course, celebrities’ favorite healthy haunt has their favorite healthy burger.
Beyond Burgers get Mediterranean flair at Luna Grill with sides like falafel, hummus, and roasted serrano peppers. Or mix it up with the Beyond Meat Coastal Med Bowl, filled to the brim with Beyond Beef, basmati rice, torshi, Greek cabbage, tomato and cucumber medley, pickled onions, and Mediterranean pesto. Swap tahini for the tzatziki for a vegan feast!
Alamo Drafthouse theaters let moviegoers order tasty fare from dedicated vegan menus right from their seats—so you won’t have to miss a minute of the movie to explain that you’re cruelty-free.
The Tipsy Turtle is getting Pennsylvanians love-drunk on its vegan menu that includes Beyond Burgers, wings with 22 sauce options, buffalo fries, and more.
Craft beers and Beyond Burgers? All the yes.
LEGOLAND knows that great food and great fun are the building blocks of family time.
I know, I know, I know what people say about my home state of Florida. But give us this: Our roadhouse chain, Cody’s, is cranking out vegan burgers and winning over carnivores across the state. And that’s pretty cool.
You can’t be as woke as Pride-themed Hamburger Mary’s and not have the “it burger” on your menu.
Wine, dine, and recline at iPic theaters with creative cocktails and vegan food delivered to your seat.
When Beyond Burger scooted its way onto Bareburger menus, it booted off burgers made from elks and wild boars. How’s that for progress?
One of Southern California’s favorite craft breweries is outdoing itself, offering Beyond Burgers topped with avocado chimichurri. And the chain’s menu is one of the most vegan-friendly that we’ve ever seen: Tips underneath many items tell you how you can easily make them animal-free.
From St. Louis to Seattle, dozens of Black Bear Diners are serving up sweet tea and Beyond Burgers. Swap the brioche bun for a vegan one or ask for your burger to be lettuce-wrapped for a cruelty-free feast so good you’ll bearly believe it.
We love Showmars’ original take: a Beyond Vegan Pita with hummus, lettuce, and onion. (You can still order it as a classic burger, too.)
Cineplex’s VIP Cinemas are now delivering these tasty burgers along with tasty drinks right to your theater seats, but you don’t even need a movie ticket to enjoy them in the adults-only lounges.
Canada’s nearly 100-year-old burger chain rolled out the Avocado Beyond Burger at its 64 locations, saying it did so, “Quite simply, because our guests have asked.”
White Spot went on to make them available at its 70 quick-service burger venues, Triple O’s, meaning that people can now get vegan burger counter service at college campuses, entertainment venues, and even gas stations.
After sales of Beyond Burgers exploded at A&W Canada’s 1,000 locations, the chain added a tasty vegan breakfast sandwich: a Beyond Breakfast Sausage patty with lettuce and tomato on an English muffin or sesame bun.
Taking a cue from its counterpart to the north, A&W U.S. launched Beyond Burgers at participating locations nationwide. Availability of the burgers and vegan buns varies, so just check with your closest store. The more that restaurants hear from customers who want vegan options, the more they’ll offer!
A Canada institution since 1960, the country’s largest all-day family restaurant chain now boasts 115 locations, meaning 115 more places for locals and travelers alike to shake off the cold-weather chill with a piping-hot Beyond Burger.
At The Works, go “Beyond Sexy” with a burger loaded with grilled pineapple, banana peppers, arugula, sweet and tangy sauce, and a vegan bun.
Get a vegan fill-up at the service station–themed chain, which now proudly states on its website, “The Beyond Burger is a 100 percent plant-based option that contains more protein than beef, less saturated fat, no soy, gluten or GMOs, and is cholesterol free. It looks, cooks and tastes like a beef burger.”
Washington, D.C., institution Clyde’s offers Beyond Burgers at all eight of its locations as well as at the other venues in its restaurant family: The Hamilton, Old Ebbitt Grill, and The Tombs. You can order the vegan burgers for lunch, dinner, or even brunch (and we hear they’re great for a hangover *wink*).
Give Zinburger big ups for creativity: The Beyond Burger Vegan Bowl features a burger on a bed of baby arugula, red quinoa, radish, grilled portobello mushrooms, and stir-fried vegetables topped with lemon vinaigrette, tamari glaze, and scallions. (But you can still get it on a vegan pretzel bun with vegan cheese and mayo, too.)
The Carolina Ale House announced the newest addition to its 30 locations throughout the Southeast by posting, “We are BEYOND excited to now offer the BEYOND BURGER.” That makes, well, all of us.
Now you can swap any burger patty on the menu for a vegan one and pair it with Skinny Fries, Waffle-Cut Sweet Potato Fries with “Magic Dust,” Onion Rings, Black Bean & Charred Corn Medley, or a Side Salad. (Since the buns do have egg and butter, you’ll want to go healthy and opt for the lettuce wrap.)
You’ve now got 80 more spots to sink your teeth into Beyond Meat, thanks to Yard House, which serves it with Follow Your Heart vegan cheese and a slew of sides and appetizers. We also recommend checking out some of the many Gardein “chicken” dishes with dairy-free cheese.
The largest full-service travel center chain in the U.S. is giving hungry long-haul truck drivers and weary motorists the perfect pit stop, offering Beyond Burgers at 63 Iron Skillet Restaurant locations and 101 Country Pride eateries. There’s also a teriyaki-glazed Mushroom Burger option. Just skip the cheese to help cows abused for their milk, too.
Boston Pizza just made all its 23 U.S. locations wicked pissah with the addition of Beyond Burgers topped with all the veggies. The company told PETA that it’s working on crafting a burger that can be ordered vegan as is, but until then, enjoy this one sans aioli on a lettuce wrap.
In its first-ever brand-wide partnership with a vegan food company, Courtyard by Marriott introduced Beyond Meat at nearly 1,000 hotels across the U.S. (Tip: Go for the lettuce wrap until Marriott offers vegan buns.)
We don’t mean to brag (well, maybe a little), but after Uno’s discussions with PETA, you can now sink your teeth into a Beyond Burger with vegan cheese or a pizza with vegan cheese at the grill.
Kick back, relax, and let Cinemark’s dine-in theater staff deliver a lettuce-wrapped Beyond Burger with your choice of sides and a frosty beverage right to your seat.
No one should have to pay with his or her life for a burger. For a list of all your local spots that are going beyond meat, head over to BeyondMeat.com/store-locator and search by selecting “Beyond Burger” and entering your zip code. You can also check out BeyondMeat.com/recipes for loads of show-stopping recipes perfect for tailgates, holidays, and every day.