• Dad's Kitchen

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Small, comfort food type restaurant. Offers some marked vegetarian items of which there are ones which can be made vegan. Has bean tacos, vegan quinoa patty, quinoa balls with spaghetti, vegan chili, and a few others. Weekend breakfast served till noon. Open Tue-Sat 11:00am-9:00pm, Sun 9:00am-8:00pm.

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2 Reviews

First Review by ehjay


Points +104

26 Jun 2021

Fresh Sandwiches

Yummy, but limited, selection of fresh vegan sandwiches. Warm and cold options available.

Pros: Affordable , Fresh , Yummy

Cons: Limited vegan options



Points +258

07 Jul 2019

Two burger choices

*** UPDATE ***
Went here again last week. It is slightly better. They now have Beyond Burger, which comes with Daiya mozzarella cheese and vegan mayo. I told my server that I like the Beyond to still be red in the middle, as I have found that too many chefs try to cook it until it’s gray. You guessed it, over cooked to the point of inedible. At least the bun was good.

I have confirmed with Dad’s that the veggie patty is indeed vegan (I had heard rumors that it had egg or cheese). But if you order that sandwich, have them hold the muenster and garlic aioli to make it all vegan.

Some of the other vegan (not healthy, but vegan) are deep fried garbanzo beans (which are snack food addicting), and deep fried cauliflower (happy hour only).


Went there tonight (January 2018). If you know Dad’s, you know this is a burger joint. They make good burgers, and a variety of them, but alas that’s not vegetarian so I digress. They now have two burger options for us: a Beyond Burger, and a homemade veggie patty burger. I had the veggie burger tonight, and it was pleasantly good. Of course, you have to order it without cheese, as they normally are cheesed.

Downside was there was not much that is veggie friendly here: 2 burgers, chili, and sides like French fries and onion rings. Even all of their salads have meat, except the Caesar salad, and I didn’t ask if they used anchovies in the dressing. I also don’t know if the onion rings batter had milk or egg, but I would expect it does.

Other downside is that while the fries and rings are cooked in veggie oil (I’m not talking healthy food here, just technically vegan food), it is the same fryer they use for chicken strips and everything else they fry. So if that bothers you, I guess the side salad is for you.

Updated from previous review on 2019-06-29

Pros: 2 vegan burger patties, Homemade patty is actually good

Cons: Very little vegan or even vegetarian , Don’t know how to cook vegan burgers

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