Eden Burger has one mission: Save the world. By using only plant-based, mostly organic ingredients, we hope to reduce the detrimental impact of the animal agriculture industry and harmful pesticides on our planet and ourselves.
Started by two young entrepreneurs in the heart of Columbus, Eden Burger began as a pop-up restaurant making appearances at local bars like Barrel on High and Julep. Since then, it has moved into a permanent space just off of 8th and High between Ohio State's campus and the Short North.
When you #EatAtEden, you’re not just feeding your money into some billion dollar corporation, you’re supporting a small business that's working to truly make a difference in the world and in people's lives. Eating a plant-based diet shouldn’t be hard, and we aim to make this logical and compassionate lifestyle more accessible and enjoyable for consumers.
Our mission isn't just reflected by our menu but also our food packaging, utensils, and tray liners. All of our packaging is compostable and biodegradable. Our utensils are made of cornstarch. We've swapped single use cups for mason jars when shakes are enjoyed in house. And we're currently trying composting. Further, we have committed to not using straws in our establishment as they are non-biodegradable, pollute the environment, and adversely impact wildlife. (But we do have metal straw and silicone straws available for those with disabilities)
With dreams of saving the world, Eden Burger hopes to expand exponentially over the next few years. Thanks to the loyal, foodie customers that make Eden Burger possible, these dreams can and will become reality. Join the movement and #EatAtEden.