June 23, 2023
From VegOut Magazine

Kevin Hart’s vegan fast food concept Hart House opened the doors to its fourth Los Angeles location this week. The new outpost is located on the University of Southern California campus, making it one of the most accessible vegan options for students. Hart House USC features a massive outdoor patio with games like giant jenga and cornhole as well as ample seating around tables, a fire pit, and a fountain, making it an ideal hangout spot. Hart House’s menu features vegan fast food at an affordable price point and is open from 11am-10pm.

Exterior of Hart House USC

Exterior of Hart House USC Courtesy of Hart House

If you’ve ever been vegan on a hot day, you’ve probably heard of Chloe’s frozen vegan treats. With a product line ranging from frozen fruit bars with no added sugar to chocolate oat milk bars, Chloe’s has a frozen treat for everyone. Just in time for summer, Chloe’s has launched vegan and gluten-free ice cream sandwiches. The plant-based cookie sandwiches are available nationwide at gtfoitsvegan.com.

Box of Chloe's Vegan Ice Cream sandwiches with sandwiches surrounding box

Courtesy of Chloe’s

Indy’s Circle Centre Mall recently gained a new all-vegan alkaline restaurant. Black-owned Alkaline Electric Goddess focuses on optimal, holistic nutrition as well as sustainability, education, and community engagement. From vibrant salads bursting with fresh organic produce to hearty grain-free entrees and flavorful wraps, every dish is carefully crafted to nourish the body while tantalizing the taste buds. Alkaline Electric Goddess is located inside Circle Centre Mall at 49 W Maryland St, Indianapolis, IN 46204. Visit TheAlkalineElectricGoddess.com for more information.

Vegan sandwich from Alkaline Electric Goddess

Courtesy of Alkaline Electric Goddess

Source: Vegoutmag.com