Sneak Peek at Amy’s Drive Thru Menu: Mac ‘N’ Cheeze, Double Burgers & Non-Dairy Milkshakes

Courtesy of Amy's Drive Thru

Courtesy of Amy’s Drive Thru

The internet has been in a happy uproar recently over the news that Amy’s Kitchen, purveyor of healthy convenience foods like frozen burritos, teriyaki bowls and soon—vegan chocolate bars—is about to break new ground (literally) with a vegetarian drive-thru in Rohnert Park, California.

Latest Vegan News got a chance to look at the Amy’s Drive Thru menu, and it features a lengthy list of traditional fast food favorites, all with a healthy twist.

Ingredients are all non-GMO, and the eatery will be using 95 percent organic ingredients. Everything on the menu can be made vegan or gluten-free, and the pizza crust, pizza sauce, veggie burgers, buns, burrito wraps, pasta, and tofu will be made in the company’s Sonoma County kitchens.

The restaurant’s lineup, veganized, includes the following:

Courtesy of Amy's Drive Thru

Courtesy of Amy’s Drive Thru

The Amy, $3.99
Double patty burger with lettuce, tomato, onion and locally-brined pickles (with no cheese for the vegan version)

The Single, $2.69
Single patty burger with lettuce, tomato, onion and locally-brined pickles (with no cheese for the vegan version)

Classic Burrito, $4.69
Red beans, rice, lettuce, tomato and Fred Junior’s salsa (with no sour cream or cheese for the vegan version)

Burrito Bowl, $4.69

Broccoli Cheddar Mac & Cheeze, $4.69 

Single Serve Vegan Pizza
Cheeze, $5.89
Margherita or Spinach, $6.50

Seasonal Salad, $5.99 (Seasonal Small, $3.99)
Seasonal lettuces, shredded carrots, shredded purple cabbage and cherry tomato

Sweet Salad, $7.99
Seasonal lettuces, roasted yellow beets, dried cranberries, and candied pecans

Super Salad, $7.99
Seasonal lettuces, quinoa, hummus, baked tofu, shredded carrots, shredded purple cabbage and pumpkin seeds

Amy’s Fries, $2.49

Sodas, $1.69 for regular, $1.89 for large
Cola, Lo-Cal Cola and Lemon Lime

Non-Dairy Milkshakes, $3.99
Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry (made from Cool Scoops, the frozen dessert made by Amy’s Kitchen in Santa Rosa)

(Click here to download a PDF of Amy’s Drive Thru’s full menu.)

The 4,000-square-foot building features a living roof, tables made from retired auto brake drums, upcycled metal and wood, solar panels on the drive-thru roof and a whole host of other environmentally friendly details.

“Our relationships with farmers and our knowledge of how to make delicious food on a large
scale has really made this project possible—we’ve been able to keep the quality high and the
prices reasonable” said Andy Berliner, co-founder of Amy’s Kitchen along with wife, Rachel, in a press release.

Amy’s Drive Thru will open this summer (most likely in early July) at 58 Golf Course Drive West Highway 101, Exit 484 in Rohnert Park, CA. Hours will be 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.

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Hannah Sentenac, Editor-in-Chief

Hannah Sentenac, Editor-in-Chief

A wizard of words, lover of all living things and vegan mac 'n cheese master, Hannah is the Editor-In-Chief and Founder of LatestVeganNews.com. Her writing has appeared in Live Happy magazine, the Miami New Times, OneGreenPlanet.com, MindBodyGreen.com, and numerous other publications and websites. She's obsessed with Cocowhip, Just Mayo and Dandies marshmallows, and is totally addicted to the outdoors. You can reach Hannah directly at hannah.sentenac@gmail.com.

4 Responses

  1. J. D. Murphy, M.D. says:

    Before you go to eat at any vegan restaurant, you need to first visit http://www.naturalhealthstrategies.com/dangers-of-soy.html You will never want another tofu burger, soy chick sandwich again or soy-laced mayo and dressing ever again!

    • Jim Brian says:

      Integrating organic, NON-GMO soy into the diet of both carnivores, omnivores, vegetarians and vegans is a healthy practice. Consuming
      a serving of unsweetened, organize soymilk each day is absolutely fine
      for most folks and tofu dishes once or twice a week. Stories about too
      much soy consumption are based on excessive amounts and for the
      relatively small amount of people who may have soy allergies or post-menopausal women with sensitivities. Soy is a centuries-old proven part of a healthful diet with proven benefits.

    • Dr Frankenstein M.D. says:

      No sources, highly emotional and exaggerated and no author name listed even.
      Let me guess, we should eat and drink animal products, right?

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