Dave & Buster’s will celebrate the national launch of Impossible Burgers with free Impossible Burgers at all 117 locations throughout the United States and Puerto Rico while supplies last.
The Dallas-based restaurant and entertainment concept launched the Impossible Burger in September as part of a their Crafting Craveability and Health Halo initiatives, which promote a chef-crafted menu featuring quality ingredients. Dave & Buster’s customers have already purchased more than 20,000 Impossible Burgers since the burger’s launch last month.
"Our goal to is to offer an inclusive, craveable food experience for every guest who walks through our doors, whether they are looking to indulge, or for a healthy option that fits into their everyday lifestyle,” says Dave & Buster’s VP of Culinary & Beverage R&D, Art Carl. “Dave & Buster's has a strong commitment to featuring quality products and innovative menu items such as the Impossible Burger. It’s been successful with our guests and employees alike, and we are excited to partner with Impossible Foods to offer both Impossible Burger fans and Dave & Buster’s loyalists a chance to experience the Impossible Burger in a way no one else can offer."
The Impossible Burger will be available throughout the day on Tuesday, November 13 as supplies last at participating Dave & Buster’s locations. Additional terms may apply. Dave & Buster’s Impossible Burger includes American cheese, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, and garlic aioli on a brioche bun.
About 5,000 restaurants serve the flagship product of Impossible Foods, including Dave & Buster’s, the first major entertainment concept to serve the Impossible Burger.
In development since 2011, the Impossible Burger debuted in July 2016 at Chef David Chang’s Momofuku Nishi in Manhattan and is now served nationwide and in select Asian regions. The Impossible Burger is the only plant-based burger to win a 2017 Tasty Award and a 2018 Fabi Award from the National Restaurant Association.
The Impossible Burger is made from simple ingredients, including water, wheat protein, potato protein and coconut oil. One special ingredient — heme — contributes to the characteristic taste of meat and is important in the aroma and flavor of cooked meat. Impossible Foods discovered how to get heme from plants, transforming the Impossible Burger into a carnivore’s delight that’s light on the planet.
Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, Inc., headquartered in Dallas, operates 119 high-volume restaurant/entertainment complexes throughout North America. The exciting environment of Dave & Buster’s also provides the perfect setting for corporate and group events. Each Dave & Buster’s offers an impressive selection of high-quality food and beverage items, combined with the latest games and attractions. Guests can watch sporting events in the D&B Sports Bar and play state-of-the-art simulators and games of skill they can’t play anywhere else.
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