Public Records, a one-of-a-kind establishment operating at the intersection of food and music, has officially launched a new 100% plant-based menu. This spot in Brooklyn offers everything you need—it’s a hi-fi cafe, a record store, a beautiful sound space, a cocktail bar, and now a full service vegan restaurant.
Seeking to pay homage to their building's history as the original Brooklyn ASPCA headquarters, the team at Public Records has decided to debut a compassionate and ecologically conscious dinner program with a plant-centered focus. With these goals in mind, they partnered with the amazing Laura Louise Oates, the executive chef at Little Pine (Moby’s beloved restaurant in Los Angeles), and Joshua LucioLasso (of Matthew Kenney’s Plant Food + Wine), to craft the updated menu. The restaurant space will now be serving up plenty of locally sourced, organic dishes made with a zero waste methodology. Some menu items include za’atar roasted carrots with cashew labneh and maitake mushroom tacos. Stop by Public Records for an amazing vegan meal you can feel good about, and make sure you stick around for a few drinks and some tunes in their sound room!
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