Seattle's Cycledogs to open first brick and mortar location

Feb 25 2021, 7:44 pm

One of Seattle’s favorite vegan eateries, Cycledogs, has announced the opening of a brick-and-mortar location.

After six years of serving out of a food truck, the new restaurant will replace former vegetarian spot No Bones Beach Club at 5410 17th Ave NW.

The food truck was originally funded through a Kickstarter campaign, which allowed Cycledogs to flourish. On March 1, co-founders Keaton and Becky Tucker will once again open a Kickstarter campaign, this time to help raise funds for their expansion.


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Cycledog currently sells loaded hot dogs and burgers, veganising several famous fast-food burgers including a what-a-vegan burger (Whataburger) and a Richard’s Deluxe (Dick’s Burgers).

The new restaurant will still focus on selling comfort foods and will include several new menu items. Keaton disclosed to Eater that the new menu will feature blooming onions, beer-battered mushrooms, baked mac ‘n’ cheese, savory pies, quiches, cookies, ice cream sandwiches, and more.

Salads will also be joining the menu along with cocktails, beer, and wine.

Cycledog has not yet revealed the restaurant’s opening date.

Daily Hive has reached out to Cycledog for comment.

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