Ferndale-based vegan eatery GreenSpace Cafe is about to hit the road. The owners announced over the weekend that they are launching a food truck this summer. The new rolling restaurant is expected to arrive in June.
News! We are going mobile. Our food truck will be on the road in June. Watch for updates!Posted by GreenSpace Cafe on ראשון 7 מאי 2017
GreenSpace cafe was founded in 2015 by cardiologist Joel Kahn and his son Daniel. It offers a plant-based menu with an extensive list of gluten-free, soy-free, nut-free, and oil-free dishes.
A rep for the restaurant tells Eater that the truck just went into production and the menu is still being developed, but customers can expect health-conscious organic street food.
“Although people travel from all over the Midwest to dine with us, we have a passion to bring our brand to the tri-county area to spread great eats and great awareness of the role of food as a healing force,” Joel Kahn says in a statement to Eater. “The truck will be a fun experience for all involved.”
While traditionally restaurants have started out as food trucks before going brick-and-mortar, many establishments are starting to develop mobile businesses. Last fall, burger mini chain Moo Cluck Moo abandoned its full-scale restaurants in favor of food trucks and Louisiana Creole Gumbo recently received a grant to launch a small fleet of mobile restaurants.
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