Vegan Cafe, Sol Sips, Owner To Launch Another Dining Venue in Brooklyn
The brain behind Bushwick’s the vegan cafe- Sol Sips, 23-year-old Francesca Chaney is set to open another venture at a yet-to-be-announced venue in Brooklyn. Her new ‘experimental’ dining venue will mark the confluence of music, art, and food into one scintillating experience all under one roof. Learn more about Chaney’s new venture here.
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23-Year-Old Vegan Cafe Owner to Open ‘Experimental’ Restaurant
The chef from Brooklyn is now looking forward to moving into an exciting new venture, harnessing music, art, and dance into a single experience under one roof. Francesca Chaney, 23, runs the vegan casual restaurant that was launched last year, and here comes her ambitious, new experimental dining venue, reports culinary channel New York Eater. Plans are for the Sol Sips owner to expand from her current fast and casual space into something more exciting while incorporating art, food, and music. Her new venture, dubbed First Sunday, is getting ready to debut in a to-be-announced neighborhood.
What is the restaurant’s unique concept?
The concept will be a full-service restaurant catering to 40-50 guests in a space much larger than Chaney’s current restaurant. The restaurant will reportedly include a small performance stage and is set to launch in July. The venue is yet to be announced. According to Chaney, her idea is to offer a venue where food, music, and art go hand-in-hand. She said to Eaters:
“I’ve always wanted to have a full-service restaurant that would be able to incorporate art, and I knew to come into Sol Sips that that was going to be the plan in the long run.”Francesca Chaney via ny.eater.com
Speaking more about the unique concept, the restaurant will primarily serve vegan foods like the vegan cafe- Sol Sips, but with First Sunday (her new upcoming venture), the 23-year-old restaurateur will reportedly aim for soy-free options as well. The plan is for the food and art at First Sunday to run from Thursday to Sunday and will require reservations. Diners will order their dishes prior to arriving, and once seated, all the guests will be served together.
Every day patrons can expect a different experience, lasting two hours in duration, according to New York Eater. Monday to Wednesday music and art will be involved. Logistically speaking, Chaney will reportedly rely heavily on diners’ feedback to shape the final product. A vegan and promoter of wellness, the young woman’s venture is simply amazing. Her vegan foods are affordably priced so that they’re more accessible.
Vegan Eateries in the City That Never Sleeps
New York city is vibrant in many aspects to include its vegan and vegan-friendly offerings. The city that never sleeps has extraordinary vegan eateries and there you’ll find unique dishes. For example, the chipotle aioli maker, By Chole, is a great vegan eatery. Similarly, Beyond Sushi is the spot to taste the brilliant vegan version of the Japanese delight. You can also opt for the Peacefood Cafe, adorned with sage-colored walls, where you’ll experience a peaceful environment as you eat their delicious vegan fare. These vegan cafe and eateries, and much more like First Sunday, are examples of creative zones coming to the city.
Have you been to Sol Sips? Do you look forward to reserving your seat at the upcoming event? Let me know in comments.