The plant-based burger joint closes its doors today, July 21.
After a remarkable six-year journey of serving delectable vegan food and championing animal welfare, Marty’s V Burger bids a bittersweet farewell. As of today, July 21, the beloved vegan eatery has permanently closed its doors, leaving a void in the hearts of its loyal customers and fans.
Marty’s V Burger Got Its Start at the NYC Vegetarian Food Festival
Marty’s V Burger began in 2014 at the NYC Vegetarian Food Festival, where they showcased their commitment to providing mouthwatering, cruelty-free, and genuinely fast vegan food. From that humble beginning, they embarked on a mission to redefine the perception of plant-based cuisine.
Delighting Palates Across the New York City Area
Over the years, Marty’s V Burger gained popularity for its signature burgers, mac ‘n’ cheese, drumstix, crabby patties, and array of delectable dishes that pleased both vegans and non-vegans alike. The brand’s dedication to serving 100% vegan and kosher food earned them high praise and a strong following throughout the NYC area.
Beyond the mouthwatering flavors, Marty’s V Burger had a broader vision: open minds and palates to the incredible potential of vegan food. By providing succulent, delicious, and comforting dishes, they successfully bridged the gap between vegan and non-vegan food preferences, gaining recognition and admiration from a diverse audience.
Marty’s V Burger Closes Its Doors
While Marty’s V Burger may have closed its physical location, its impact on the vegan food scene and the appreciation for cruelty-free cuisine will continue to resonate.
Though the journey has come to an end, the memories of Marty’s V Burger will live on in the hearts of their patrons and the broader vegan community, reminding everyone of the power of compassion, innovation, and exceptional vegan fare.