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.
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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