Detroit's latest fast-food pop-up is Vegan McDaddy's — and we're lovin' it

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Behold — the Griddle Sandwich (not featured on this particular menu.) - PHOTO VIA STREET BEET FACEBOOK
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  • Behold — the Griddle Sandwich (not featured on this particular menu.)

From the ladies who brought you Vegan Taco Hell, Detroit-based pop-up Street Beet returns with McDaddy’s —its spin on supersized fast food giant McDonald’s. Street Beet’s latest all-vegan menu offers health and 
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environmentally conscious options, all of which play on Mickey D’s classics that have been clogging our arteries with garbage since childhood. In addition to being meat- and dairy-free, per usual, vegan queens Nina Paletta and Meghan Shaw will offer gluten-free, nut-free, and soy-free options. Among the menu’s contenders: Filet No Fish, McFakeChicken, Phony Burger, ShamWow Shake, and the sandwich to end all sandwiches, the McRibby.

Vegan McDaddy's will serve from 6-10 p.m. or until sold out on Sunday, Feb. 17 at Nancy Whiskey's; 2644 Harrison St., Detroit; 313-962-4247; facebook.com/streetbeetdetroit.com; No cover, food prices vary.

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