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  • Chi-Town’s Mild Sauce Fried Chik’in

    $14.95 Three drumsticks of seasoned lemon peppers

  • New!! Chik’n Philly

    $15.95 Made with our meatless chik’n protein…topped with red lettuce, tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, vegan mayo, and your choice of vegan mozzarella cheese or dairy mozzarella cheese. Served in a bed of seasoned fries

  • World Famous Chik’in Nuggets

    Comes with nuggets served with bed of seasoned fries

  • Boneless Buffalo Wings

    $13.95 6 pieces boneless wings. Served with bed of seasoned fries! With your choice of buffalo sauce or sweat heat sauce

Frequently Asked Questions About Cant Believe Its Not Meat

Is Cant Believe its Not Meat currently offering delivery or takeout?

Yes, Cant Believe its Not Meat offers both delivery and takeout.

What forms of payment are accepted?

Cant Believe its Not Meat accepts credit cards.

How is Cant Believe its Not Meat rated?

Cant Believe its Not Meat has 4 stars.

What days are Cant Believe its Not Meat open?

Cant Believe its Not Meat is open Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun.

Cant Believe Its Not Meat

  • Do they really not open until 4 on Saturdays?

    Yes the Hyde Park location doesn’t open until 4. The Orland Park location opens sooner i believe

    Shakiah H.

  • Is anything on the menu Gluten Free?

    My cousin turn me on to this restaurant every thing I believe is gluten free but please call to double check

    Gabriella J.

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About Cant Believe Its Not Meat

Looking for comfort food that emulates classic dishes? All while being 100% plant-based? Look no further! Cant Believe Its Not Meat was conceived by Laricia Chandler three years ago, and has since been converting their customers to plant-based one incredible meal at a time. Cant Believe Its Not Meats mission is to shift the culture around being vegan and vegetarian by cultivating healthier and flavorful versions of your favorite comfort food dishes. Their success is obvious with the recent opening of their third location in three years!

If you are based in or traveling to the Chicago area, Cant Believe Its Not Meat would love to extend an invite to stop by their 100% plant-based eateries!

Chicago Vegan Restaurant Can’t Believe It’s Not Meat Has Lines Down The Block For Fast Food Favorites

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Actors, influencers, and music artists are flocking to a Chicago vegan fast-food restaurant that is changing its community through healthier eating.

CHICAGO — Can’t Believe It’s Not Meat, a fast-food restaurant in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood, had lines out its door from the minute it first opened. Then Tabitha Brown showed up.

“She literally had the restaurant shut down – 200 tickets coming in at one time for egg rolls,” said chef and owner Laricia Chandler Baker.

Brown, a vegan social media influencer with millions of followers on TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook, was finding out what many local music artists, actors, and plant-based connoisseurs already knew: Can’t Believe It’s Not Meat was changing the game in Chicago with meatless versions of fast-food favorites.

They became so popular, they had to open a second location in Orland Park just two years after their start.

“I’m just so humbled and sometimes I want to cry. People really love my food!” Baker said.

Baker, also known as “Chef Fab,” opened Can’t Believe It’s Not Meat soon after she and her family adopted a vegetarian diet. She reimagined comfort food staples like Italian beef sandwiches, cheeseburgers, and pizza puffs into meatless munchies impressed her friends and acquaintances.

“People’s first phrase would be ‘Oh my god I can’t believe this isn’t meat,'” she said. “So I’m like, we should do a restaurant and call it ‘Can’t Believe It’s Not Meat’.”

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Signature Burgers Brats & Hot Dogs

  • The Big Mik Burger

    $15.95 Two all vegan patties, special sauce, pickles, lettuce, sesame seed bun, and your choice of vegan cheese or regular cheese. Comes with bed of seasoned fries

  • Who Betta Burger

    $14.95 1/4 grilled patty fully loaded with our green leaf tomatoes, pickles, grilled red onion, our Epitome sauce and cheese Comes bed of seasoned fries!Double +$6 Add Vegan Bacon +$3

  • Ms. Patty Melt

    $14.95 Vegan burger patty, cheese, grilled onions, and vegan mayo on grilled wheat bread. Served with bed of seasoned fries

  • Chicago St. Hot Dog

  • Topped with grilled onions, green peppers, sports peppers, mustard, and served with fries

What Dave Ate

In Bucktown, the house-like storefront at 1952 N. Damen has been home to six different restaurants over the last 20 years.

In 2003, classic seafood restaurant Glory started serving chowder, lobster rolls, johnny cakes, clambake and more. That didn’t last long, though, and in came Scylla, which was “Top Chef” winner Stephanie Izard’s first restaurant. That, too, closed shortly after, in 2007.

Takashi opened in 2008. It had a good run and was Manilow’s go-to Chicago restaurant recommendation at the time, only to be replaced in 2016 by Dixie, a high-end Southern spot. Stone Flower would then fill the space in 2019 led by Jacob Bickelhaupt, the infamous 42 Grams chef.

The spot now plays host to Chef Trevor Teich’s Claudia restaurant, serving a prix fixe 7- to 9-course meal that spans more than two hours and costs $285 per person. Once Manilow tries it, he’ll have closed out the loop on all six restaurants that have operated out of the space.

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