One of the first things you will notice about the burgers at Pirate's Bone Burgers will probably be the color of the patties. Made from a range of different vegetables, these plant-based burgers get their vibrant hues from beets, carrots and more, but for those who are looking for something closer to the real thing, the restaurant also offers an Impossible patty. If you're looking for a delicious and vegetarian meal in Kansas City today, we recommend swinging by Pirate's Bone Burgers for a burger and fries.
The vegan burger shop is known for its charcoal buns and bright, house-made burgers.
Pirate's Bone offers a variety of plant-based burgers for both meat-lovers and vegans alike. For something classic, try the Double Cheese Burger (two house-seasoned Impossible meat patties with American cheese in the middle, aïoli, leafy greens, house pickles and secret house sauce) or the MacRibless Burger, a vegetarian take on a McDonald's McRib. Strict herbivores can opt for the beet burger with avocado spread, pickled cabbage, house aïoli and greens, or the black bean and carrot burger with avocado spread, chipotle aïoli and greens.
And what's a burger without fries? Options range from classic to Cajun-seasoned, but you can also go big while keeping vegan. Try the black-truffle fries, go spicy with the Buffalo fries smothered in house ranch or chow down on the restaurant's tribute to In-N-Out's animal-style fries with the Herbivore Style Fries with grilled onions and Pirate's Bone's bang-bang sauce.
If you head to Pirate's Bone Burgers for KC Restaurant Week, you might get a little extra deal. Pick up any burger or vegan "chicken" nuggets with regular fries and a drink for just $15 to celebrate the occasion.
Pirate's Bone Burgers is offering its menu for carryout and delivery through DoorDash.
Pirate's Bone Burgers, 2000 Main St., Crossroads Arts District, Kansas City, Missouri, 816.605.1014, piratesboneburgers.com