Riviera Beach is now home to a new Black-owned vegan restaurant.

Walking into Vegan On The Go, you feel the warmth before you reach the counter.

“You can come on in, we gonna take care of you,” said owner Tavarus Osborne.

The food is served up by Osborne, 33, a Fort Lauderdale native.

“I just want to be a great parent and I want to do what I love,” Osbborne said. “I want to find a way to do it at a different alternative route from where I grew up.”

As of this month, this location is Osborne’s second meat and dairy-free, plant-based restaurant.

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Riviera Beach is now home to a new Black-owned vegan restaurant. Walking into Vegan On The Go, you feel the warmth before you reach the counter.

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By: Chris GilmorePosted at 1:52 PM, May 31, 2021 and last updated 4:22 AM, Jun 01, 2021
RIVIERA BEACH, Fla. — Riviera Beach is now home to a new Black-owned vegan restaurant.

Walking into Vegan On The Go, you feel the warmth before you reach the counter.

“You can come on in, we gonna take care of you,” said owner Tavarus Osborne.

The food is served up by Osborne, 33, a Fort Lauderdale native.

“I just want to be a great parent and I want to do what I love,” Osborne said. “I want to find a way to do it at a different alternative route from where I grew up.”

As of this month, this location is Osborne’s second meat and dairy-free, plant-based restaurant.

The road to Riviera Beach wasn’t easy for Osborne. Before his first Vegan On The Go success in Fort Lauderdale in 2019, he had a different restaurant fail, leaving the father of eight homeless and near hopeless.

But even without a roof, Osborne still had family

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