Vegan Restaurant PlantPub to Open Second Boston Location This Spring
The vegan restaurant will be just steps away from Fenway Park.
Going to a Red Sox game just got a lot more vegan-friendly! Boston vegan restaurant PlantPub has plans to open a second location this spring right next to Fenway Park.
New Vegan Restaurant Next to Fenway Park
PlantPub’s new location is set to be the largest plant-based restaurant in Boston. The restaurant will be located at the old Beerworks Brewing Company at 61 Brookline Ave, Boston, MA 02215. The current opening date is set for early May.
The new spot is located directly outside Fenway Park, which will make it easier than ever for game attendees to grab a quick vegan snack or an entire vegan meal right before the game. PlantPub’s second location will boast 8,000 square feet of space with seating for 300 guests. This is a big step up from the brand’s first restaurant in Cambridge, which offers minimal dine-in seating.
PlantPub’s Fully Vegan Menu
Founded by award-winning chef Mary Dumont and entrepreneur Pat McAuley, PlantPub rose to vegan and Boston fame when it first opened in Cambridge in the fall of last year. The restaurant is known for its plant-based versions of pub food, such as Buffalo wings, nachos, burgers, and pizza. PlantPub also serves up Boston’s only vegan soft-serve ice cream and offers a wide selection of local craft beers.
For the new location, Dumont and McAuley partnered with famed vegan restaurateur Matthew Kenney, whose expertise in the restaurant industry will influence the menu, recipes, and overall vision.
The new location outside Fenway Park will offer much of the same menu as the Cambridge location, including the brand’s famed Street Corn Pizza, Korean BBQ Cauliflower Wings, and a wide selection of local beers. There will also be some exclusive menu items specific to the new location that will be revealed as the opening date gets closer.
Visit PlantPub.com for more information and for all further updates.
Cayla has been writing for VegOut since 2020 and has been plugged into the LA vegan food scene since Veggie Grill was pretty much the only vegan restaurant in the city. Aside from writing articles, Cayla enjoys embracing their inner 85-year-old by listening to classical music, making playlists for their friends, and staying active through swimming, hiking, cycling, and yoga. In their free time, Cayla likes writing poetry, learning about outdoor survival and alternative lifestyles, and is always searching for the best loaf of sourdough bread.
More from VegOut
Meet TCHO’s Dark & Bitter, Your New Favorite Vegan Baking Chocolate
This Dark & Bitter Unsweetened Baking Chocolate is a kitchen staple!
15 Nostalgic Vegan Snacks
We’re throwing it back to the good old days—with a vegan twist!
15 Must-Try Vegan Restaurants in Orange County
Pizza shops, sushi restaurants, burger joints—this list covers it all!
The Best Vegan Restaurants in Florida
From the Panhandle to the big city, Florida is a hot spot for plant-based eats.
10 Best Vegan Restaurants for a Date Night in LA
There are only green flags at these vegan eateries!
Vegan Baked Goods That Ship Nationwide for the Holidays
From Hanukkah bundt cakes and Christmas cookies to gingerbread house kits, this list covers it all!
Our 5 Secret Ingredients for Vegan Holiday Cooking
Add these products to your plant-based recipes this holiday season!
Prados Beauty Celebrates Indigenous Beauty and Resilience
Founder Cece Meadows puts Indigenous voices at the forefront of the beauty industry.
8 Vegan Sweaters to Keep You Warm This Winter
We’re staying warm this season with these vegan styles!
10 Vegan Chocolate Chip Brands Perfect for Baking
These dairy-free chocolate chips were made for cookies, waffles, muffins, and more.
12 Vegan Beauty Gifts to Shop This Holiday Season
Deck the halls with boughs of vegan beauty gifts!
Sustainably and Carefully Sourced Ingredients Set This Native American-Owned Vegan Bakery Apart
Place an order from Wholesome Bakery in honor of Native American Heritage Month!