LA is full of places to eat vegan versions of food you like, and Honeybee - the new spot next to the Los Feliz 3 theater on Vermont - is about as good as you can get for vegan versions of fast food classics like cheeseburgers, fries, and milkshakes. They have both Impossible and Beyond burgers (we like the Impossible best), and the vegan cheese tastes like actual American cheese, which is pretty high praise. They also serve a combination of fries and tots called “frots,” which are very good, despite having a name that’s not. Vegan or not, if you need a quick and easy meal before seeing the new documentary about the evils of Big Candy, this is the place to do it.
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