A lot of miles have been covered on foot this week toward progress, and well-deserved donuts, burgers and a glass of wine are in order. Here’s what’s popping up.

Dog Haus will offer its impossible burger for $5 today in honor of National Veggie Burger Day. Guests can order it for takeout or dine-in where available. The plant-based burger features protein topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, white American cheese and secret sauce, all served on a grilled King’s Hawaiian bun.

Dog Haus Plant Based Impossible Burger

Impossible Burger (Courtesy Dog Haus)

Other Restaurants

This year, Dunkin’ Donuts is celebrating National Donut Day with a playful spin on the upcoming presidential election — meet the all-inclusive Donut Party. The Donut Party believes in free donuts and the unifying power that comes with them. Dunk Out today and join the Donut Party by claiming your free donut with any beverage

Dunkin’ is also giving fans the chance to win free donuts for a year by creating the perfect Donut Party slogan. Anyone who shares an original Donut Party slogan on Instagram today with #DunkinDonutPartySweepstakes will be entered to win one of a half-dozen prizes of a year’s worth of free Dunkin’ donuts.

Dunkin’ is currently available for delivery through Uber Eats at all 56 stores in the Southern California area. Guests can place their Dunkin’ order for contactless delivery  on the Uber Eats website or mobile app.

The MiniBar Mobile Martini will be donating 100 percent of its sales today to We Love Lake Street, a nonprofit fund in Minneapolis that is supporting and rebuilding small businesses that were affected by fire and physical damage.

Union Wine Company is giving 100 percent of its Underwood Mei Wine sales to the restaurant staff of Nightshade in the Arts District through the end of June. The tropical and floral wine cooler is a collaboration by Union and Chef Mei Lin, previously only sold at Mei Lin’s Nightshade.

The Milky Way has reopened for takeout, curbside pickup and delivery via Postmates. The doors have been closed since mid-March. There are set family meal options for four and 25% off kosher wine and beer available to-go with food purchase. Orders can be made by pre-order via calling the restaurant,  or online through the website or Postmates.

The restaurant will operate on a cash-free basis.

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