Kevin Hart’s New Plant-Based Fast Food Restaurant Promises to Deliver Loads of “Can’t-Believe-It” Flavor

published Sep 10, 2022
We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing.
Kevin Hart attends a special screening of Warner Bros. "DC League of Super Pets" at AMC The Grove 14 on July 13, 2022 in Los Angeles, California.
Credit: Getty Images/ Jon Kopaloff / Stringer

There’s a new vegan fast food restaurant in Los Angeles, and it comes from … Kevin Hart? The comedian and actor has big plans for Hart House, and he hopes to open more locations soon. But don’t think good ol’ Hollywood will be the only place you can get a taste of the new menu he’s cooking up. As People notes, two additional locations are already under construction, with a goal of eventually opening 10 more.

At Hart House, you’ll find a 100 percent plant-based menu with no cholesterol, antibiotics, hormones, artificial colors, preservatives, high-fructose corn syrup, or trans fats. Offerings include single and double Burg’rs (complete with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, and a Hart House signature sauce), Crispy Chick’n Sandwiches, Chick’n Nuggets with a variety of dipping sauces, salads, french fries, tater tots, and shakes.

“As someone who has been preaching ‘health is wealth,’ building Hart House felt like the natural evolution of my flexitarian lifestyle and my business ecosystem,” Hart said. “I’m beyond proud of this industry-changing restaurant and the amazing team behind it working tirelessly to create delicious, sustainable food that delivers ‘can’t-believe-it’ flavor in every bite.”

Beyond serving a plant-based menu, the company notes that their sustainability ethos also extends to responsibly sourcing ingredients and using less energy to operate their stores. “We’re here to disrupt quick service with an affordable, delicious, plant-based alternative made with respect for people, animals, and our ecosystem,” the website says.

While I’m not currently near a Hart House location or food truck, the idea of making plant-based food more accessible, affordable, and (let’s face it) mainstream is always exciting to me. Are you planning on visiting Hart House soon?