Of course, we both ordered the Impossible patty. Look at that juicy, "bloody" plant burger!
The burger can be ordered vegan-style or vegetarian. The vegan burger has Follow Your Heart smoked gouda and vegan mayo, plus you can add avocado, which I obviously did. When you have the option of avocado, you should always take it!
Hopdoddy also serves a vegan black bean & corn veggie burger called La Bandita that can be served with the vegan cheese. Not everyone would be comfortable eating a burger as meaty as the Impossible, so it's great they have a more whole foods-based option for the healthier vegans! I'd like to try it sometime, but I don't know if I could ever not order the Impossible!
Besides the Impossible Burger, we also tried two kinds of fries — the Kennebec Fries, which are made from Kennebec potatoes (a variety that retains its firmness after frying due to a low moisture content).
And Sweet Potato Fries! I loved both, but Sweet P fries are always my fave everywhere I go.
Multiple sauces for dipping — Chipotle Ketchup, BBQ Sauce, and Classic Ketchup. All made with natural sweetener (no HFCS).
Susan and I ordered 18-ounce craft beers, which came in a goblet! I had High Cotton Scottish Ale, and she had a Crosstown Brewing Co. Traffic IPA.
They also have a full bar. Paul ordered the 3 Whiskey L.I.T., which tasted a little like a long island iced tea. It had three whiskies, dry curacao, cola, and lime. I'm not typically a whiskey drinker, but I really liked this!
Hopdoddy is located in Overton Square at 6 S. Cooper. View the menu here.