Vegan Burgers Lands in Venice


Honeybee Burger Inc. ("Honeybee"), the owner and operator of the plant-based burger chain Honeybee Burger, has opened a location in a former Cava space in Venice, California, on April 22.

Venice has long been a haven for dining, retail, and tourism, and has historically been a very strong market for vegan dining. The space, located at 326 Lincoln Boulevard, is a block from one of the busiest Whole Foods Markets in all of Southern California. The Honeybee dining room seats over 30 people and features Honeybee's classic palette of black and yellow. There is ample customer parking in the rear, with dedicated spots for delivery drivers.

Honeybee's founder, Adam Weiss, is from Los Angeles, and knows Venice well, especially given his investment in Café Gratitude, which has a thriving location in the Venice neighborhood. Adam chose to open the Venice location on April 22, which is Earth Day, as it holds particular significance for Honeybee and its mission of sustainability and concern for the environment.

Honeybee plans to announce various special items and launches in celebration of Earth Day, including the QSR debut of the world's first bio-identical vegan honey from Meli-Bio, and the Los Angeles debut of Ripple soft-serve, which will be featured in Honeybee's popular shake program.


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