Honeybee Burger, the newer vegan staple for burger-enthusiasts, is set to open another restaurant in Venice, located at 320 Lincoln Blvd.
The new restaurant will move into a 2,600 square-foot space along the Marina Del Rey/ Venice Submarket. This will become the third location for the restaurant, with another located in Fairfax and at The Colony in West Los Angeles. Adam Weiss, the owner, and co-founder of Honeybee Burger and its parent company, Virtuous Food, confirmed the news with What Now Los Angeles but did not specify when the new restaurant will be opening.
“I launched Honeybee Burger in Los Angeles in mid-2019 after a long career as a financial professional and investor,” Weiss told The Vegan Review. “My goal was to help make plant-based food more appealing and accessible to diners everywhere since our planet is having a harder and harder time supporting animal-based foods, especially beef.”
Honeybee Burger, dedicated to serving delicious beyond and impossible meats, started in Los Feliz but was forced to relocate to Fairfax following a rent increase. Despite moving during the pandemic, Honeybee Burger was able to not only stay afloat but thrive in its new location. This year, the restaurant was proudly voted best vegan burger in Los Angeles by VegNews.
“As for the pandemic, we are small but mighty,” Weiss said. “The year was tough on the entire restaurant industry, but we pulled through. We reached break-even at our cloud kitchen location and were profitable at our eastside store. We are so grateful to our loyal customers and new customers alike for helping us thrive during the pandemic.”
Honeybee Burger has a diverse menu that welcomes both vegans and non-vegans alike. Their menu is 100 percent plant-based and offers more than just beyond or impossible meat, including chicken sandwiches, kelp burgers, breakfast creations, frots (fried potato tots), and shakes. Follow their social media for the latest updates.