In April, Seattle, WA-based vegan food truck Cycle Dogs will open a permanent brick-and-mortar location. Cycle Dogs will take over the space of former vegan restaurant No Bones Beach Club, which was forced to close due to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. To start, the new restaurant will offer a slightly expanded version of its food truck menu, which features fully loaded vegan hot dogs and burgers. “We will gradually change our menu to something that better suits a restaurant rather than a food truck,” Cycle Dogs co-owner Keaton Tucker told VegNews. “Again, with COVID things will roll out a bit differently. We hope to have the new menu in full effect this summer.”
An expanded menu
The new menu will focus on American comfort food and will boast more indulgent appetizers such as beer-battered fried mushrooms, fried onion blossom, loaded French fries, and nachos; hearty salads; new sides such as baked Buffalo mac and cheese, slaw, and green beans; and housemade desserts such as fried Oreos and funnel cakes. And for brunch, Cycle Dogs will offer migas, all-you-can-eat pancakes with rotating flavor specials, and chickpea omelets.
Cycle Dogs is hosting a Kickstarter campaign to help with costs for the kitchen equipment for the new space.
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