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The Slutty Vegan Employees' Dance Party Is Giving Atlanta A Much-Needed Laugh

Alexa, play "Baby Come Give Me Something."
Best Burgers In Atlanta Are Spreading Smiles Via TikTok Dance Party

One of the most renowned burger joints in the city remains immensely positive through the tough times the world is facing. Slutty Vegan has some of the best burgers in Atlanta, but they seem to have some of the best employees to match. The company posted a hilarious video of its workers busting some moves to spread smiles across the faces of fans.

Slutty Vegan is one of those line-out-the-door spots in Atlanta that serves up plant-based burgers that many would say "don't even taste vegan."

With the ever-growing scope of popularity leading to new locations, owner Pinky Cole and her crew are making money moves — and the virus isn't stopping them.

Although much of society is self-quarantined, the world still has to eat and workers in the food industry are the heroes making that happen (through delivery and curbside services, of course).

While things are uncertain during this pandemic, the spread of hope and positivity is essential and you can find lots of it here on Slutty Vegan's recent Instagram post.

The team shows off their well-choreographed dance routine in-sync with "Baby Come Give Me Something" by Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign. The song and dance combo has become a popular trend on TikTok.

One by one, the employees pour out the back door of the restaurant, getting jiggy with it with smiles.

They congregate at the end in a group dance party to remind us that we've all got to keep on trucking through the hardships and keep our heads held high.

Although they have limited their operation exclusively to service and community employees for the time being, you can grab some of the most delicious veggie burgers in town.

Some fun choices are the Dancehall Queen with sweet jerk plantains, caramelized onions and vegan cheese or the Heaux Boy with vegan shrimp in a New Orleans-style batter.

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