Kevin Hart opens new plant-based, fast-food restaurant in LA
By JONATHAN LANDRUM Jr. AP Entertainment Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kevin Hart already has a thriving comedy and acting career, and now he's aiming for people's stomachs.
The prolific actor-comedian opened his first plant-based, fast-food restaurant called Hart House on Thursday in the Westchester neighborhood of Los Angeles near the city's airport.
He wants this new venture to attract regular plant-base eaters along with those who haven't yet been introduced to that world of healthy eating.
The fully plant-based menu that also features burgers, salads, fries, ice teas and a limeade.
The restaurant's milkshakes are made from an oat-and-soy blend.
Hart scared down scarfed down a plant-based crispy chick'n sandwich, chick'n nuggets and tots.
Chick'n is a meat substitute for chicken.