HART HOUSE PLANT-BASED QSR CONCEPT OPENS FIRST BRICK AND MORTAR LOCATION IN LOS ANGELES
Kevin Hart brings an engaging, affordable and sustainable fast food alternative to Westchester
LOS ANGELES, August 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hart Houseplant-based fast food dedicated to the overall well-being of people and our planet, today announced the official opening of its first location in Westchester neighborhood Los Angeles. Hart House is founded by American comedian, actor and entrepreneur Kevin Hart, while being led by CEO, Andy Hoper and Head of Culinary Innovation, Chef Mike Salem. In an effort to be “plant-based for the people”, Hart House not only creates “fast food”, but foods that will take us all faster into the future.
“We’ve curated delicious, mouth-watering dishes you know and love like burgers, shakes, nuggets and more,” said Hart House CEO, Andy Hoper. “Our menu is the future of the industry; Hart House is revolutionizing quick service restaurants now and deliver a revolutionary dining experience that shatters expectations of what plant-based foods can be. »
Kevin and the team at Hart House are committed to disrupting the fast food industry with an affordable plant-based alternative available to everyone. The delicious menu appeals to everyone, offering plant-based burgers, chicken sandwiches, salads, nuggets, fries, tots and shakes without sacrificing craving for conviction. All ingredients are 100% plant-based and free of cholesterol, antibiotics, hormones, artificial colors, preservatives, high fructose corn syrup or trans fats.
“As someone who preached ‘health is wealth,’ building Hart House felt like the natural evolution of my flexitarian lifestyle and business ecosystem,” said Kevin Hart. “I’m beyond proud of this industry-changing restaurant and the incredible team behind who work tirelessly to create delicious, long-lasting dishes that deliver ‘I Can’t Believe It’ flavor in every bite.”
In addition to offering a healthier alternative to its customers, Hart House takes care of its employees, offering decent wages and best-in-class benefits. They are committed to bringing about positive change in the lives of those who serve and those they serve. The new concept is also passionate about helping the community at large and will donate 10% of opening day proceeds to downtown arts.
Hart House Westchester the location boasts vibrant colors and a fresh design with the help of by Kai Williamson team comprised entirely of women of color whose work includes The gathering place, Sovereign brandsand Black Swan. The back wall features a colorful mural with the words “The change you want“designed by Nicollete Santos whose recent works include Harley-Davidson, wonderand Nike. The restaurant features a sprawling 3,090 square foot space on a corner lot on a shopping street near LAX with 30 indoor seating, 8 future outdoor seating, and ADA access.
Hart House has two additional restaurants currently under construction, several other leases signed, and aims to open up to ten restaurants over the next twelve months. The first location, Hart House Westchester, is located at 8901 S Sepulveda Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90045. Opening hours are from 11am-9pm.
For more information, please visit www.myharthouse.com or stay up to date on their Instagram @myharthouse.
About Hart House
Ready to open August 25, 2022Hart House is poised to become one of Los Angeles’ the most sought-after restaurants, serving delicious and sustainable cuisine, accessible to all and available in minutes. The menu features plant-based burgers, chicken sandwiches, salads, nuggets, fries, tots, and shakes, including gluten-free options. Founded by Kevin Hart and a team of passionate partners, Hart House is committed to the future of food by disrupting the fast food industry with an affordable and tasty alternative. All items are 100% plant-based with no cholesterol, antibiotics, hormones, artificial colors, preservatives, high fructose corn syrup, or trans fats. For more information, visit myharthouse.com or follow @MyHartHouse on your favorite social site to learn more.
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