Hungry Pants offers vegetarian, vegan, more healthy options
duffel I’d silently covet at the Epcot Food & Wine Fest (but never spend the money on), Hungry Pants is a giant flirt that wants me to like it.
And that was they offered me a sparkling water option.
“They’re both free,” I was told at the register. Politely. Cheerily. In a way that didn’t make me feel like I appeared worried that it wasn’t.
Questions were answered. Fun small talk was made. I took my number and went to the picnicstyle table beneath those gardeninspired green pants, where my lunch companion and I spread out luxuriously.
The place was packed, but we’d scored a large, recently vacated table. Sparkling water was poured and left for us to refresh as needed. I sighed out the breath of fresh air this place seemed to be, noting the cleanliness and modernity and the deep color of the tea our neighbors were drinking one table over.
Then the apps arrived. The BBSP Wontons ($8) are a
The Shiitake Soba Noodz are among the menu’s most popular dishes. It’s vegan if you don’t add a poached egg like I did. Gluten free, too.