Vegan Fried Chicken Food Cart Opens Brick-and-Mortar in San Antonio
Vegan fried chicken purveyor Project Pollo opened its first San Antonio brick-and-mortar location in the Stone Oak neighborhood last week. The storefront is a step up from the eatery’s Downtown San Antonio food cart, which is still in operation. Owner Lucas Bradbury plans to open additional locations in Alamo City later this spring.
The new eatery is open for dine-in and takeout, serving vegan variations on all things fried chicken. The menu includes crispy chicken sandwiches, wings, burritos, loaded fries, and salads topped with buffalo chikn bites. On the sweet side, the microchain partnered with another San Antonio small business, Southern Roots Vegan Bakery, to supply all locations with an assortment of individually wrapped cookies.
Project Pollo is located at 18730 Tuscany Stone, San Antonio, TX 78258 and open from 11am-9pm daily.
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