Sometimes, vegans want to indulge in greasy diner food, too, whether that’s stacks of pancakes with a side of bacun, omelettes, cheesy patty melts, and tofurkey clubs.
Luckily, for vegans and vegetarians alike in Columbus, 4th & State exists, and serves all of the above. Their menu has garnered recognition for offering a vegan twist on classic diner favorites, and they’re now considered one of the “Best Vegan Diners Across the U.S.” according to VegOut Magazine.
VegOut says, “Fried tempeh Jalapoppin’ Chick’n sandwich. Big Island patty melt. Cinnabun Pancakes. Drooling yet? We are. Get your plant-based nosh on at this nationally recognized vegan diner that has been featured on cooking shows like Top Vegan and on sites like America’s Best Restaurants. Located in Downtown Columbus, Ohio, this adorable spot is just steps away from Ohio’s Capital Square.”
4th & State, appropriately named for its location at 152 E. State St., opened in January of 2020 in Downtown Columbus. During the pandemic, it was a go-to spot for fast-casual take-out (personally, I ordered their buffalo & BBQ chick’n pretendies almost every single day). Now, patrons can enjoy a plant-based diner breakfast, lunch, or dinner inside their restaurant or out on their patio, overlooking the city scene, Mon–Fri, 11am to 9pm, and Sat–Sun, 9am to 5pm.
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