Credit: Doomie’s Home Cookin’/ Facebook

Vegan Hotspot Doomie’s Home Cookin’ Finally Open in Culver City

by | May 2, 2019

If you dwell in Culver City, there’s great news. The vegan hotspot for years (serving vegan Big Mac and rich chocolate cake), Doomie’s Home Cookin’ is finally open to serve mouth-watering 100% plant-based foods in their new location at Culver City, greater Los Angeles. Know more here.

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Credit: @doomieshomecookin/ Facebook

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The hotspot for all-vegan food in Hollywood is now reportedly another location strong, and it definitely adds more hype to the already popular vegan destination for the greater Westside vegan community. The restaurant has dealt with vegan food for quite some time now and you can expect the new location to be similarly matured and favorable.

Credit: @Doomies/ Twitter

The new Doomie’s Home Cookin’ is open in a Culver City location which was a spot for a number of different business earlier. The most recent (but short-lived) was the Ramen Roll in the location. Because the new location is expansive when it comes to business offerings, you can hope to buy some merchandizes from Doomie’s in that case along with a limited menu of classics, reported Eater Los Angeles. If the air is to be believed, you can even get your hands on some vegan pantry basics alongside some furniture, thanks to the ‘unique ground floor space.’

Doomie’s: The Vegan Hotspot in Greater LA.

To a number of vegan folks who were all the more fade-up from having crunchy salads and other healthy stuff as the sole vegan options, Doomie’s Home Cookin’ has been a heaven for the vegan mouths with their dairy-free and meatless offerings. For over a decade with their indulging, plant-based foods, the restaurant has pleased the crowds, vouching for them with some tasty and vegan American comfort foods. Last year, the same service has opened their casual vegan Mexican entrees corner with Doomie’s Next Mex Express in the City Terrace, which serves tacos, burritos, and nachos among others. Reportedly there are plans to bring the same Mexican delights to Culver City outlet as well. Now that’s called decadence.

The restaurant has although started, better expect some time to perform in their full-fledged. What do you think about the Culver City opening after a short delay? Which is your favorite vegan dish out there? Let me know in comments.

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Debayan Paul

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