One of Hamilton’s favourite plant-based restaurants and bakeries is making the move across town.
Planted in Hamilton, known for their fully vegan café bites and baked goods, has been a resident of the Corktown Plaza along John Street South for years.
The restaurant’s success has led to Planted upgrading its operations by moving away from their John South location and taking up residence in a new home on the bustling Locke Street Strip.
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Locals will immediately recognize Planted’s new digs at 211 Locke Street South – the stunning former site of a church – as the previous home of Brown Dog Bootleg Café, known for their relaxed vibes alongside a menu of coffee, craft beer, and tempting apple fritters made to order.
Now, the space – which has been vacant for a handful of years – will be reinvigorated by Planted’s delicious menu of nachos, bowls, salads, sandwiches, burgers, pastas, and more; all made without a scrap of meat or dairy.
The sweet-tooths won’t be left out, either. Planted is also known for its fully vegan, gluten-free, and kosher baked goods, serving everything from brioche donuts to butter tarts to brownies.
Planted in Hamilton will continue to operate out of their John South location until February 6th, with plans to transition to the Locke space on or around February 15th!
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Lead image courtesy of @plantedinhamont