Kevin Hart to open ‘guilt-free’ plant-based restaurants across the US

Author: Molly Pickering

Read Time:   |  20th June 2022

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Comedian Kevin Hart is stepping into the plant-based scene with new restaurant venture, Hart House, opening multiple sites across the US


Kevin Hart is set to open the doors of his first plant-based restaurant, Hart House.

The vegan diner will serve ‘guilt-free, cheat-day’ food using sustainable ingredients and recyclable packaging.

Additionally, Hart House says it is committed to giving its customers great flavours while protecting the planet and our bodies.

Hart House promises its food is free from artificial colours, preservatives, antibiotics, and hormones.

The menu includes a range of vegan burgers, sides, shakes and juices.

Burgers include the Double Burg’r, two beef-style patties, cheese, salad, and Hart House Signature Sauce, and the Deluxe Crispy Chick’n, a vegan chicken burger topped with ‘hunny’ mustard, pickles, and kale slaw.

While the restaurant is yet to announce an opening date, it has confirmed that the first location would be in Westchester, LA, late this summer.

In addition, Hart House has already announced it will be opening 2 new sites in New York and Hollywood. Opening dates and locations are yet to be announced.

Deluxe Crispy Chick'n. Image Credit: Hart House

Deluxe Crispy Chick'n. Image Credit: Hart House


“I know you’re going to love it.”

In a statement, founder Kevin Hart shared: “I founded Hart House to create a good experience that combines the joy of coming together over food, with the power of purpose.

“Our amazing chefs and team members have crafted a 100% plant-based menu that delivers “can’t-believe-it” flavour in every bite. I know you’re going to love it.”

In 2020, Hart appeared on Joe Rogan’s podcast and explained eating a mostly plant-based diet had improved his well-being.

The comedian said that he no longer eats red meat or seafood, but occasionally eats chicken.

“Just because you make the decision to go and try plant-based, doesn’t mean you have to [be engulfed] in that world,” he said.

“Learn it, understand it, and see if there are benefits that work for you.”

Celebrities around the world are harnessing the power of plants and ditching animal products from their diets.

Here are 15 celebrities who eat a plant-based diet

Feature image credit: Mitchell Leff via Getty Images

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Molly Pickering

Molly is the Digital Executive and former podcast host at Anthem's Vegan Food & Living, she also works across other titles including Women's Running and Classic Pop to create affiliate content for the website. Starting out as a Digital Marketing Apprentice at Vegan Food & Living in 2021, within 14 months Molly was shortlisted for ‘Best Editorial Assistant’ at the BSME Talent Awards 2022 and won the BCS Special Recognition award for Digital Marketing Apprentice of the Year in 2022

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