With the great chicken sandwhich war this year, one particular group has been left out of all the fun—vegans. While food trucks like Korny Vibes have some good meatless alternatives, they can be hard to find and rely on. But finally, this week, Korny Vibes opened their first storefront in Houston and vegan chicken sandwiches are finally in the running.
After hustling around Houston coffee shops and fairs for far too long, Korny Vibes finally had their soft opening on Thursday, right after Christmas. They kept that Christmas spirit alive for all of us!
The new brick and mortar location will be open on Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Because just like any good chicken shop, there's a day of sabbath and mourning.
It will be stationed in Montrose, but make sure you keep tabs on their Insta if you're planning a visit, as hours may fluctuate.
Korny Vibes serves just about anything (vegan style), but they're especially known for their onion ring sliders, not-poultry poultry, southern-home cooking chicken steak patty sandwich, buffalo ranch chicken, and jalapeño poppers.
From Tex-Mex to comfort food, they serve it all. You have to try their delicious-looking empanadas.
They'll also be serving vegan desserts from local food vendors at their Montrose location.
However, if you plan on stopping by soon, keep in mind that Korny Vibes will be serving up a limited menu as they get their feet off the ground.
Apparently, 2020 is a year of going brick and mortar, because popular Mico’s Hot Chicken and Sticky's Chicken are also following suit. If you love vegan food THAT much, then def check out the vegan fest happening in Austin, in February.
Cuisine: American vegan
Address: 403 Westheimer Rd., Houston, TX
Why you need to go: Because vegans didn't get to participate in the CFA vs. Popeyes war, but they have finally met their vegan match.