Virtuous vegans and carnal carnivores alike are going bonkers for Burger Patch’s planet-conscious, plant-based take on fast food. The eatery has been mobbed since husband-wife owners Phil and Danea Horn opened up shop in May, with patrons queueing up to order a vegan Beyond Meat burger with cheddar “cheese,” tomato, grilled onions and house-made Patch Sauce served up on a vegan bun, or a chick’n sandwich with tangy ranch dressing and a smoked seitan strip pulling the bacon—or rather, facon—duty. (Be prepared to get it to go; the tiny 750-square-foot storefront has very limited seating.) Round out the meal with addictive herb-tossed fries and don’t skip the Earth Quake Shake, which comes in vanilla and/or chocolate—or check the midtown restaurant’s Instagram page to get the inside scoop on the latest bit of off-menu decadence to try, like Patch Style fries topped with melted cheddar, Patch Sauce and grilled onions. There’s no better place to eat like a saint but still taste the sin.