Kevin Hart’s vegan restaurant Hart House has big opening day

The last time we saw Kevin Hart grab a snack was a few years ago at Carney’s on Sunset chili burger joint. Now, the “Ride Along” actor is offering his own meat-free alternative to typical fast food: He calls it “plant for the people.”

The first Hart House location opened Thursday in the Westchester neighborhood of Los Angeles, a short walk from In-N-Out by LAX. Video posted on Hart’s Instagram Story shows what looks like hundreds of people queuing to order from a menu featuring sandwiches in the $5 – $7 range.

“As someone who once preached ‘Health is Wealth,’ building Hart House feels like the natural evolution of our flexible lifestyle and business ecosystem,” Hart said in a press release. I. “I can’t help but be proud of this industry-changing restaurant and the amazing team behind it that work tirelessly to create delicious, sustainable food that delivers an ‘Unbelievable’ taste in every bite. morsel of food.”

Hart House is currently building two other stores, with Hart House CEO Andy Hooper telling Eater LA that one of them will be the chain’s future flagship locations at Sunset and Highland, just south where the annual Oscars are held. That place was supposed to have a driveway, and it was also a short walk from In-N-Out in Hollywood.

“This is an absolute dream come true… .Los Angeles go out and try our amazing food… .I promise we won’t be disappointed!!!!! I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on all of our amazing food items,” the 43-year-old comic wrote Wednesday on Instagram, a day before the Westchester location opened.

Hart – who has bigger plans to open 10 restaurants in the next 12 months – teamed up with restaurateur Hooper and chef Mike Salem, who helped launch the plant-based Impossible Whopper at Burger King.

Salem has developed everything on Hart House’s plant-based menu, from the Turn Up the Heat spicy chicken sandwich with Hart Hot Sauce to the Kale Crunch Side Salad in the cup to the single and double burg’rs with American cheese. and Hart House Signature Sauces, which appear to be in the vicinity of Thousand Island and Heinz Mayochup sauces, give or take chopped pickles.

There are also tater tots, salads of all sizes, plant-based drinks and other soft drinks with a little extra carbonation. As one TikTok user with early access to Hart House put it, “He’s got a hit on his arm.”

“For me, it’s about getting customers that aren’t necessarily your target or demographic,” Hart told Eater LA. “You are trying to appeal to them all. [Hart House] plant based, but it’s really good. How can we get people to say ‘I want Hart House today.’ That’s something I’ve been able to do in my career.”

By the way, the chili burgers mentioned earlier seem to fit into Hart’s diet as well as his plant-based chicken and burg’n. After all, he is a “flexible” person.

Meanwhile, those who can’t make it to Westchester can get a new Hart meal on Netflix, where the actor’s gripping new comedy, “Me Time,” stars Regina Hall and Wahlburgers co-owner Mark Wahlberg is now streaming.

https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/story/2022-08-26/kevin-hart-vegan-restaurant-hart-house-westchester-lax Kevin Hart’s vegan restaurant Hart House has big opening day

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