Slutty Vegan’s The Fussy Hussy is a plant-based patty with American cheese, shredded lettuce, onion, pickle and vegan mayo on a Hawaiian bun. CONTRIBUTED BY MIA YAKEL
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Popular vegan burger spot Slutty Vegan set to open a second metro Atlanta location

Plant-based burger eatery Slutty Vegan is continuing its quest for Atlanta domination.

The business, which owner Pinky Cole started as a food truck in 2018, is slated to open a second metro Atlanta location in Jonesboro, according to a post of the restaurant’s Instagram account, reposted from the City of Jonesboro’s Facebook page:

Jonesboro city manager Ricky Clark confirmed the restaurant will be located at 164 N. McDonough St., in an old house that was previously home to magician Abb Dickson. 

Cole opened Slutty Vegan’s first brick-and-mortar location in Westview in January 2019. Both the food truck and the restaurant consistently see lines around the block, assisted in part by lots of celebrity endorsements including 

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, Tyler Perry, Tamar Braxton, actress Taraji P. Henson, Da Brat and T.I.

Cole has also take the food truck on the road, with a recent stop in Charlotte (and hints at a brick and mortar in the city), and recently announced a line of Slutty Vegan bacon. 

The menu includes dishes such as The Fussy Hussy, an Impossible burger topped with “cheese,” lettuce, onion, pickle and vegan mayo on a Hawaiian bun and the Dance Hall Queen, a patty served with grilled onions, vegan cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato and sweet jerk plantain on a Hawaiian bun.

The AJC has reached out to Cole for more information on the new location, including an address and projected opening date.

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