B.GOOD brings delicious plant-powered burgers to Charlotte


This post is brought to you in partnership with B.GOOD. All opinions are our own.

For days when you want more plants in your diet, B.GOOD, which has four Charlotte-area locations, has you covered. The restaurant chain has launched a fresh lineup of four new burgers that draw inspiration from plants, but are sure to be enjoyed by vegetarians and meat eaters alike. These plant-powered creations — the Falafel burger, Jalapeño & Cheddar burger, Sweet Heat burger and Turkey Medley burger — offer a great way for people to reduce their meat consumption without sacrificing taste.

Take the Sweet Heat burger — it’s not every day you see a burger that colorful! And between the beet pineapple patty, spicy slaw, caramelized onions, kale and beet hummus, the flavors are equally as unique.

For people who don’t want to give up meat altogether — the Turkey Medley burger is right up your alley. Blending mushrooms into the burger adds flavor and nutritional benefits, while trimming your carbon footprint. It’s a win, win, win.

The four newest plant-powered burgers will be permanently added to B.GOOD’s diverse menu at all 65 locations across the United States. Whether you’re interested in plants for environmental, dietary, health or taste reasons, the new Flexitarian Burgers from B.GOOD are guaranteed to have you going back for more.  

The Burger Lineup

Falafel: Chickpea burger, whipped feta, spicy cucumbers, lettuce, tomato (bottom right)

Jalapeño & Cheddar: Poblano quinoa burger, cheddar, jalapeño-corn salsa, lettuce, cilantro, chipotle puree (top left)

Sweet Heat: Beet pineapple burger, caramelized onions, kale, spicy slaw, beet hummus (top right)

Turkey Medley: Turkey mushroom burger, gruyere, sautéed mushroom, caramelized onions, chipotle aioli (bottom left)

These latest plant-powered options join B.GOOD’s ever-popular Eggplant Meatballs — available as a bowl over zucchini spaghetti or as a side — and exemplify the brand’s commitment to meeting consumers’ diverse dietary needs and lifestyles.

Stop in to one of their four Charlotte-area locations (at Stonecrest, Tryon, Ballantyne or Huntersville) or order online to try the power of plants for yourself!

Want to learn more about B.GOOD? Click here for more information.


  1. If it’s from B. Good, one might be skeptical that these will indeed be “delicious.” Having eaten there, I’d say the food was mediocre at best. In general the the whole place was characterized by slow service, dirty facilities, a sad and empty vibe, and bland food (and this was even at the location with the best reviews). On Yelp all 4 Charlotte-area locations have an average score either 3.5 or a 3.0. Given the “grade inflation” of Yelp, where the average score tends to be in the upper 3s, these ratings suggest a chain that is squarely below average in the opinions of the hundreds who have taken the time to review. Replacing actual meat with highly processed artificial meat may draw a few extra customers in the short term but will not likely change any of the chain’s fundamental deficiencies or cause many walking out of the restaurant to utter the word “delicious.”


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