Vegan Foods

‘Plant-Based Junk Food’ Makes a Road Trip to Arizona Beer House


Keep an eye on the full menu on the day.

Occasionally the vegetarian and vegan restaurant Vulture food made a trip to Tucson with his Plant Based Junk Food Truck – share its delicacies with those looking for something without meat.

The brewing point on the east side, Arizona Beer House, hosts the Los Angeles-based food truck from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, November 6.

Chik’n Crispy Sandwiches (Photo courtesy of Vuture Food)

The comforting vegan food has traveled, stopped in towns along the way, and shared the recipes on a rotating menu that is announced on the morning of.

This year there will be no pre-orders available, and they accept credit cards or cash. Additionally, the menu will be shared on the morning of the event, but you can expect to find Crispy chik’n sandwiches and Loaded Fries when arriving hot.

Plant-based junk food

Loaded fries (Photo courtesy of Vuture Food)

Additionally, Vuture Food posted the following on Facebook:

“All of our items contain soy. We are completely nut free. All of our loaded fries are made with gluten-free ingredients, but they are fried in the same deep fryer as our patties, which contain wheat. Our patties are made from a combination of soy, wheat and peas.

To wash it off, Arizona Beer House has tons of great local, regional, and national beers on tap. Plus, don’t forget to check out the many refrigerators to make sure you get a brew that will pair perfectly with your grub.

Arizona Beer House is located at 150 S. Kolb Rd. For more information, follow Vuture Food on Facebook.