The first Slutty Vegan in the state of Alabama just opened yesterday in Woodlawn, and Birmingham was there for it. If you’ve ever seen them on social, you know how much everybody loves this food. We were excited to try it—here’s what we can tell you.
Craving fast food—hold the meat?
If you’re craving a fast food burger and fries but don’t want the meat, Slutty Vegan will be your new go-to. If you’re vegan or vegetarian curious, but kale and quinoa’s not your jam, you need to head to Slutty Vegan ASAP.
In downtown Woodlawn, it’s just a short drive from downtown Birmingham. You can park in the lot next to the big Woodlawn mural, run in, grab your food and go on about your business.
Alternatively, you can hop on the newest section of the Hugh Kaul Trail and ride to and from Woodlawn.
Finally, you can hop on Birmingham Express (BRT) to ride there and back once that service is running, in about a month’s time.
Where: 7 55th Pl Birmingham, AL 35212
Hours: Sun-Mon Closed, T-Th 12-8PM, F-S 12-9PM
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If you’re new to Slutty Vegan, go check them out on social to find out what you’ve been missing. The line was out the door for the pre-opening party on Saturday night and Sunday for the grand opening, with loyal fans eager to welcome the wildly successful Atlanta-based restaurant to The Magic City.
Founder, CEO and visionary Pinky Cole started selling vegan burgers in 2018 on Instagram. Demand was so high, she opened a food truck and the rest is history. Birmingham marks the sixth brick and mortar store and the first outside of Georgia. Next stop: Brooklyn, New York.
To say the energy was high is like saying people are having a good time during the fourth quarter of a tied Alabama-Auburn game…with one minute to go.
Changing the whole experience of vegan food
Checking out Slutty Vegan’s pre-opening party. (Sharron Swain / Bham Now)
Slutty Vegan’s motto is “Get sluttified!” and they’re passionate about making vegan food sexy, raunchy and fun.
Just check out some of their usual offerings, ranging from $11-19:
- Fussy Hussy
- Heaux Boy
- One Night Stand
- Sloppy Toppy
Since the brand was born in 2018, Cole has built a game-changing empire that’s dedicated to reinventing vegan food culture. Slutty Vegan’s crave-worthy, indulgent menus and joyful customer interactions draw locals and visitors to eagerly wait in now-infamous lines down the block for vegan burgers, sandwiches and more.
About Pinky Cole + Slutty Vegan
Pinky Cole has been nationally recognized by acclaimed publications including Bham Now,The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, Forbes, People magazine, Wall Street Journal, Southern Living, Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine and was recently featured on the front cover of ESSENCE.
Slutty Vegan was awarded “Best Burger” by VegOut Magazine’s 2022 VegOut Awards, and Pinky has been named to Restaurant Hospitality’s 2021 Power List, Forbes Next 1000, Entrepreneur Magazine’s Top 100 Powerful Women in Business List, LA Wire Influential Women of 2020, PETA’s 2021 Most Beautiful Vegan Celebrities List and Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 40 Under 40 List.
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