Slutty Vegan to Open New Location in Brooklyn This Spring
This will be Slutty Vegan’s fifth location and the first outside Georgia.
If there’s one business that hasn’t slowed down over the past couple of years, it’s Slutty Vegan. The Atlanta-based vegan burger joint has just announced plans to open a new location in Brooklyn this spring.
Slutty Vegan Expands to New York
This spring, Slutty Vegan will be launching outside its home state of Georgia for the first time. The new Slutty Vegan storefront will be opening in Brooklyn at the former Broccoli Bar space, located at 690 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217.
The new restaurant will be serving up the same Slutty Vegan favorites as its Atlanta location, including the famed “One Night Stand” and “Fussy Hussy” burgers. Pinky Cole, founder and CEO of Slutty Vegan, teamed up with actress and Queens star Naturi Naughton to create a promo video for the upcoming opening, which has led to floods of support from fans all over the country.
Pinky Cole—whose first-ever restaurant, Pinky’s Jamaican & American Restaurant, was in Harlem—shared that “It’s an honor to be opening a concept in such an established space, just down the street from where Biggie Smalls grew up, and to bring more delicious vegan food to the Brooklyn community!”
Some of the Best Vegan Burgers in the Country
Slutty Vegan started off as a mobile food truck and has since expanded to four brick-and-mortar locations. Slutty Vegan’s rise to fame has been unstoppable, and the brand is widely regarded to have some of the best vegan burgers in the country.
Aside from serving delicious food, what sets Slutty Vegan apart is its atmosphere and marketing. All food items have racy names, such as the Sloppy Toppy, Menage a Trois, and the Hollywood Hooker. The atmosphere in a Slutty Vegan restaurant is almost always a party, with the staff often calling out Slutty Vegan virgins while they wait in line.
Visit SluttyVeganATL.com for more information about the brand or to browse the full menu.
Cayla is an event planner, copywriter, catering manager, and vegan foodie. If she’s not working, she’s probably catching one of her favorite composers in concert, riding her bike to the movies, watching a gorgeous sunset at the bluff in Long Beach, or convincing her girlfriend to go out to eat at another vegan restaurant … again.
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