The Best Vegan Burger in Indianapolis: Burgeezy

Vegan burger fans, rejoice! Burgeezy, located in Fountain Square and Virginia Avenue, is the place to go for the best meatless burgers in the country. This vegan-friendly restaurant has been open for only six months and is already making a name for itself in the vegan community. From vegan-based nachos at Black Leaf Vegan Cafe to seitan sirloin at Broad Ripple Brewery, Indianapolis has plenty of delicious vegan options. But none can compare to the Three Carrots Beet Burger at Burgeezy, which recently won the PETA award for being the best meatless burger in the country.

The Three Carrots Beet Burger is a unique combination of flavors that will tantalize your taste buds. The patty is made from a blend of beets, carrots, and mushrooms, giving it a savory flavor that will leave you wanting more. The burger is topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, and a special vegan mayonnaise that adds a creamy texture to the dish. The burger is served on a toasted bun with a side of fries or salad. Burgeezy is also planning to move its operations to The AMP at 16 Tech in March.

This move will give them more space to serve their delicious burgers and other vegan dishes. With their commitment to providing quality vegan food and their award-winning Three Carrots Beet Burger, Burgeezy is sure to become one of the top vegan restaurants in Indianapolis. If you're looking for a delicious vegan burger that will satisfy your cravings, look no further than Burgeezy. Their Three Carrots Beet Burger is sure to become your new favorite meal. So head on over to Fountain Square and try it out today!.

Louise Cazaree
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