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The restaurant is a play off the single from Drake's early mixtape, So Far Gone, where the rapper introduced himself as an artist blurring the lines between Hip Hop and R&B. This food truck's goal is to blur and mix the lines between Houston and Atlanta but, with a vegan style. Try out their burgers, wraps or loaded fries.
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Food truck lovers, this one is for you! HoustAtlantaVegan isn't just a catchy rephrasing of a line Drake sang, but also home to some amazing vegan comfort food. A night on the town becomes even better with HAV's vegan burgers. For mac and cheese connoisseurs, I recommend the version above for a real flavor punch.
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This Midtown food truck has fun with its vegan creations, which include stacked Nawfside Nachos, vegan burgers like the double patty, double cheese ''WAP''-er, and mock hot chicken sandwiches that draw in lines from across the city. Crowd favorites include the Rodeo Burger, which comes topped with onion rings and a signature house sauce, and the loaded fries, which mirror a Philly cheesesteak in a bowl.
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This food truck is living proof that vegan burgers can just be as exciting as the beefy ones. Served on brioche buns, Houstonatlantavegan offers its signature Rodeo burger topped with crispy fried onions and the cleverly-tiled WAP-er, a double-patty double cheese, vegan bacon, tomatoes, pickles, onions, and its ''H.A.V.'' sauce.
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This year, Houston, TX-based food truck Houstatlantavegan (HAV) made the list with its very own WAP-er, featuring two seasoned quarter-pound vegan patties, vegan smoked gouda, vegan bacon, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, and a generous amount of HAV’s signature sauce on a toasted brioche bun.
And even though the WAP-er name sounds similar to the Whopper, HAV owner Uwade Alade says the name is actually inspired by Houston and Atlanta culture. “My brother actually came up with the name. It’s paying homage to Megan thee Stallion, who’s from Houston. She has a song called ‘WAP’ with Cardi B,” Alade tells VegNews.
“I believe it stands for Wet A** P****, but in our case it would stand for Wet A** Patty since it has a generous amount of sauce on it. [The] majority of our [menu] item names are all inspired by Houston and Atlanta culture.”
Alade says he is thankful and honored that the WAP-er was named one of the nation’s best vegan burgers. “We honestly are shocked that PETA noticed us, but nonetheless appreciative,” Alade says.
But Alade also believes it’s deserving because of how far vegan burgers have come. “I think the WAP-er is very popular because the perception of vegan is still only black bean burgers or rice patties,” Alade explains. “So to have a vegan burger like the WAP-er that tastes just like the real deal but doesn’t harm any animals, I think just grabs people and keeps them coming back for more.”
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This food truck is living proof that vegan burgers can just be as exciting as the beefy ones. Served on brioche buns, Houstonatlantavegan offers its signature Rodeo burger topped with crispy fried onions and the cleverly-tiled WAP-er, a double-patty double cheese, vegan bacon, tomatoes, pickles, onions, and its “H.A.V.” sauce.
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Houstatlantavegan is a popular vegan food truck serving comfort food classics, like this impressive double bacon cheeseburger, which features two seasoned quarter-pound animal-free patties (choose the Beyond option), vegan smoked gouda, pig-friendly bacon, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, and a generous amount of signature HAV sauce on a toasted brioche bun. WOW.