Vegan Eatery The Broccoli Bar to Open on Fulton Street in Fort Greene

Photo by Craig Hubert


A new vegan eatery has landed in Fort Greene.

The Broccoli Bar, which started as a Vermont-based food truck, has taken over the corner space at 690 Fulton Street.

“It is our mission to change the world by sharing plant-based foods that are more delicious, nourishing and sustainable, while showcasing an everyday approach to eating that is fun, fast and affordable for all,” the restaurant wrote in a job listing Friday.

A small menu outside the spot lists tempura, dumplings, stir fry, BBQ dry rub, and pakora as options. Prices range from $8 for a small (two items) to $10 for a medium (three items) to $12 for a large (four items) over rice or slaw and choices of sauces and toppings, such as pickled vegetables. Tofu, seitan and tempeh (“add-ons”) are also available.

A website and Facebook page say the eatery plans to open at noon on October 10 and will be giving out free samples.

Brisket Brothers was the last to occupy the space, opening in October 2019. It closed over the summer. Before that, it was home to Habana-To-Go, the takeout and delivery branch of Cafe Habana.

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