New York vegan restaurant to donate 100% of their profits to charity

Read Time:   |  8th August 2017

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Another vegan restaurant is opening it’s doors in Midtown New York this week, serving up an artisanal, gourmet, plant-based menu with elegant platings of some classic American dishes. Not only that, they will also be donating their profits to charity to help disrupt the poverty cycle… 

Photo: Michael Tulipan

Another week, and yet another vegan restaurant is opening it’s doors, showing that demand for vegan food is certainly not slowing down any time soon!

What’s on the menu?

Dishes on the menu include meat-free versions of classic meat dishes like the Buffalo Hen of the Wood with dairy-free blue cheese, as well as a PS Burger made with a Beyond Meat patty, which comes with both dairy-free queso and thousand island dressing. Diners can also tuck into fettuccini alfredo with orzo and cream sauce, along with a Spinach-Artichoke Dip with toasted croutons. Check out the full menu here.

Photo: Michael Tulipan

Profits are being donated to charity

All the profits from P.S. Kitchen are reportedly being donated to charities with missions to disrupt the poverty cycle, including The Doe Fund and Share Hope.

Photo: Michael Tulipan

As for the “P.S.” in the name: “This is more than a restaurant and the postscript reflects that there is more to the story,” explains co-owner Craig Cochran. “PS We donate all profits to charitable organizations. PS We hire staff from underprivileged backgrounds. PS All food and drink is plant-based.”

Where can I find P.S. Kitchen?

P.S. Kitchen is located at 246 West 48TH Street, New York, NY, 10036.

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