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A Beloved Vegan Sushi Pop-Up is Opening a Food Cart, Has Plans to Open a Brick-and-Mortar

Nina Crow
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Mitate will launch its first permanent spot at the CORE cart pod on Southeast 82nd Avenue in June.

A Beloved Vegan Sushi Pop-Up is Opening a Food Cart, Has Plans to Open a Brick-and-Mortar

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The past year has seen a number of breakout vegan restaurants, from Mama Dut to Dirty Lettuce and Mirisata.

Now, you can add Mitate to the list. After a series of successful popups, the plant based sushi purveyor has announced plans to open a food cart. Mitate will launch its first permanent spot at the CORE cart pod on Southeast 82nd Avenue in June.

Known for its elaborate rolls topped with sake-poached pears and black truffle sauce, Mitate held its first pop last October. It quickly gained a following, selling out regularly at its first host, Ruse Brewing, and then at Mestizo.

A food cart isn’t the only thing the fast growing restaurant has planned. Co-owner Nino Ortiz recently told Eater that Mitate plans to open a brick and mortar, too, hopefully by next summer.

In the meantime, you can look for updates on Mitate’s Instagram.

Source: www.wweek.com

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