A broccoli-themed vegan café opens in Brooklyn
On October 10th, the Fort Greene neighborhood in Brooklyn, NY could have a novel addition: Broccoli bar, a vegan take-away restaurant with a menu centered across the greens of the identical title. Trevor Sullivan from Vermont, who runs the vegan Pingala Café in Burlington, VT, is launching the idea along with his associate Lisa Bergstrom and Brooklyn-based Jeremiah Vogelman, an offshoot of his meals truck of the identical title in Vermont.
“At Pingala, the idea of being vegan is the engine of the model,” Sullivan instructed the media firm Seven days in Vermont. “With the Broccoli Bar, that one vegetable drives the model. Persons are fascinated and fascinated by the truth that your entire menu is geared in direction of this one vegetable.”
The menu options broccoli-centered primary programs (obtainable in three sizes for $ 8, $ 10, and $ 12) like tofu dumplings with coconut curry broccoli sauce, broccoli tempura, and a veggie pan with broccoli. Patrons can add tempeh, tofu, or seitan to every meal for a further $ 2. “My mission is to get extra individuals into vegan meals than ever earlier than,” mentioned Sullivan. “For me, New York is without doubt one of the gates to the world.”