New vegan restaurant Grass VBQ Joint is slated to open in Atlanta in December. Chef Terry Sargent first opened the vegan barbecue idea as a neighborhood pop-up and can deliver his 20 years of cooking expertise to his first brick-and-mortar location. The menu options quite a lot of “sammiches,” together with Clucker (rooster sandwich), Groveway (which options pulled jackfruit), Titustown (made with “veef” brisket), and Smoked Lobstah Roll, that are all served with a aspect of potato chips. Grass VBQ additionally presents vegan jerk wings, a sampler platter of its vegan meats served with sides of mac and cheese and stout baked beans, and a choice of desserts.
The eatery’s aim is to “present conventional southern Q, with out the guilt.” To that finish, Grass VBQ cold-smokes its vegan meats for 5 hours utilizing a mix of Georgia hickory, maple, and cherry wooden; slow-simmers its Alabama White, Creole Mustard Gold, and Vidalia Onion sauces for a number of hours; and grills Georgia peaches to create its Bourbon Burnt Sugar Peach Crumble dessert.