New Initiative Lets New Yorkers Try the Lower East Side’s Best Vegan Food While Helping Homeless Youth
A bunch of female-owned companies in New York Metropolis’s Decrease East Facet neighborhood lately certain collectively to launch The Lower Feast Side Vegan Bites Punchard, a card that provides customers entry to a few of the neighborhood’s greatest vegan eats whereas supporting Secure Horizon’s Streetwork Venture which helps homeless, runaway, and street-involved youth. Spearheaded by vegan deli Orchard Grocer, the $50 punch card can be utilized for buying specialty choices from 5 native companies: The Bowery breakfast sandwich from Orchard Grocer; Korean Fried Broccoli from Dirt Candy; Pumpkin Hummus & Spring Rolls from May Kaidee; a signature cupcake from Erin McKenna’s; and Oat-milk Delicate Serve (in a cup or cone) from Whipped Urban Dessert Lab—the primary dessert store to make all of its gentle serve from oat milk.
“We love our native vegan and vegetarian restaurant group, and we all know you do, too. We’ve launched the Decrease Feast Facet Vegan Bites Punchard to come back collectively and help each other by means of this difficult time, and in addition give again to our little slice of NYC, as 10 % of the full buy will profit Secure Horizon’s Streetwork Venture, a company close to and expensive to our hearts,” Erica Kubersky, founding father of Orchard Grocer and the adjoining MooShoes, stated. “We hope this card will take you on an indulgent, plant-based journey by means of the Decrease East Facet.”
The Decrease Feast Facet Vegan Bites Punchard is now accessible for pre-order and could be picked up beginning on October 15 at Orchard Grocer throughout its common hours of operation (9am to 8pm, each day).