Vegan food and beer!? Count us in! America’s first fully plant-based beer hall and eatery, Rewild, is set to open in Quincy, Massachusetts, just outside of Boston, as early as spring of 2018. The exciting project is a collaboration between Rewild owner, Paul McAuley, of the popular Eat Green Make Green website, as well as Marrissa Hughes and chef Will Hernandez. Hughes and Hernandez previously worked with by CHLOE, a New York-based vegan restaurant chain.

The bar will feature 20 plant-based beers on tap, the majority of which will be from local breweries, as well as non-alcoholic beverages such as kombucha, seltzer, and coffee, including nitro.

And as for the food? The menu will include yummy goodness such as burgers, tacos, and pizza. Rewild also plans to serve wildly popular Impossible Burger sliders, as well as vegan bacon-wrapped scallops made with oyster mushrooms and rice paper-based bacon! 


“Getting some inspiration from @plnthouse on South Beach. Similar vibes coming to Quincy this Summer!” Rewild shared on their Instagram page


“There’s no place in Massachusetts that you can go have a few beers, hang out with friends, and eat plant-based food. My primary goal of the whole project is to just bring plant-based food in a social and fun way, specifically to the South Shore, but to Boston as well,” said McAuley.


Rewild sounds like the perfect place to enjoy a beer, hang with friends, and dine on some tasty vegan food! With more and more people leaving animals off their plates and opting for plant-based foods instead, whether it be for animal welfare, health, or environmental reasons, we are certain Rewild will be a huge hit!

To stay up to date on Rewild’s opening, follow them on social media, and if you live in the area, be sure to pay them a visit once they open!

To learn more about the environmental impact of our food choices as well as trends and developments in the plant-based food space, check out our podcast #EatForThePlanet with Nil Zacharias.


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