Good news for NYC vegans and vegetarians! Bareburger just added new veg options to their menu! The restaurant is partnering with Gathered Foods, makers of Good Catch® plant-based seafood, to offer two fish-free burgers: The Gulf and The Bay.
PLANT-BASED SEAFOOD IS NOW A THING❗We've partnered up with Good Catch to introduce TWO signature fish-free burger builds available for a limited time at our Astoria and Upper West Side locations (coming soon to more locations!)
— Bareburger (@Bareburger) February 26, 2021
The burgers will feature Good Catch’s Plant-Based Classic Fish Burger, which is made from six legumes (peas, chickpeas, lentils, soy, fava beans, and navy beans). The Gulf features veggies and a spinach-based green goddess dressing, and the Bay is a spicy burger with chipotle buttermilk ranch. Customers can also choose Good Catch’s Plant-Based Classic Fish Burger as their protein option in a custom burger.
Chad Sarno, Co-Founder & Chief Culinary Officer of Good Catch, has expressed his excitement for the partnership. “At Good Catch, we pride ourselves on working with like-minded partners that are focused on bringing plant-based and sustainably-sourced ingredients and offerings to consumers,” said Sarno. “Bareburger is a natural fit for us as we continue to grow our foodservice footprint.”
Bareburger Culinary Director, Jonathan Lemon, voiced similar enthusiasm, saying “At Bareburger we’ve always strived to be at the forefront of culinary innovation.” He continued, “Now with Good Catch we can showcase that innovation to all of our guests who are looking for something different.”
You can try these fish-free burgers at Bareburger’s Upper West Side location (795 Columbus Ave, Manhattan) or at their Astoria location (33-21 31st Ave, Queens.) If you want to try the burgers, you’ll have to hurry! They’re only available at these locations through March 10. Fortunately, more locations will be announced in Spring.
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