I learned about Bareburger back in February, and despite living only a few minutes away (walking) it has taken me half a year to get out and try it! Unsurprisingly, I’m glad I did.
Bareburger is not a vegan restaurant, although it has some great, clean-eating, completely vegan options. Their restaurant is organic and GMO-free with salad and burger options. They have three types of vegan patties (sweet potato & wild rice, black bean, and quinoa), which I believe most of my plant-based friends would find incredible, considering many burger joints have questionable veg options at best.
(By the way, if you’re Gluten-Free, they also clearly mark all of their GF meals on their menu)
I ordered their Farmstead burger which features their sweet potato & wild rice patty, cauliflower hummus, tomatoes, and baby kale, all wrapped in a collard green (they have vegan buns too but Lord knows I love my dark leafy friends).
And while I rarely order side-dishes, I decided to order a small jar of sweet pickles for my friend and I to share. They also have dill and spicy pickles, claimed to be a 101-year-old family recipe.
I would definitely go again. Everything was made with fresh, clean ingredients at an affordable price for eating out (my burger was $11.25). Next time, I’ll have to snap a picture of their other vegan burger the Guadalupe (a blackbean burger with red onion, tomatoes, sprouts, and guacamole on a sprout bun)!