Thursday, June 16, 2016

Vegan burger and fries popup run by triplet chefs coming to EatsPlace starting July 16

Whoa, this sounds awesome! Three chefs, who are triplets, are opening a vegan pop-up starting July 16 at EatsPlace, the restaurant and bar at 3607 Georgia that serves as a pop-up and incubator.

The pop-up, called 3 Twisted Vegans, focuses on vegan burgers and fries with other vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options as well as milkshakes. The triplets, Rhoni, Rhone’t and Rhoneika Jacobs had a pop-up at EatsPlace in May that went well, and they're back again. I'm intrigued. Here's their menu, and the press release is below with more info.


3 Twisted Vegans is popping up at EatsPlace, 3607 Georgia Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20010, starting July 16, 2016, and every Saturday from 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm through December 2016. 

Triplet chefs Rhoni, Rhone’t and Rhoneika Jacobs will return to EatsPlace, a food incubator and restaurant accelerator after a successful pop-up in May. They will serve their signature vegan fast food: burgers, fries, and milkshakes. 

The sisters improved their health by going vegan. This change was not the easiest but with head chef Rhoneika’s culinary training and the creativity of the sisters combined, they made eye catching and innovative dishes that diners couldn’t believe were vegan. With their new lifestyle, the sisters were excited to share their delicious food with the public. It was just too good to keep to themselves and with that 3 Twisted Vegans was born.  

“We’re putting a spin on things that vegans normally wouldn’t eat. A lot of vegans eat tofu but we don’t. It’s just like a twisted or different mindset than a normal vegan would have,” according to Chef Rhone’t. 

3 Twisted Vegans’ menu will have all vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free items.  For more information about 3 Twisted Vegans, please e-mail or call 202-882-EATS (3287).  

3 Twisted Vegans is a women-owned business that’s gives a healthy alternative to fast food.  Founded by triplets chefs Rhoni, Rhone’t and Rhoneika Jacobs in Washington, DC, in 2015, 3 Twisted Vegans revolutionizes fast food.

EatsPlace is a restaurant and bar, a community food incubator and a restaurant accelerator. They host pop-up restaurants and guest chef residencies.  EatsPlace’s mission is to be an evolving culinary enterprise that revolves around things that chefs dream up and neighbors crave. The Haiyo Dog pop-up will continue operating at EatsPlace at all other times.
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