One of the world’s largest plant-based restaurant chains, Copper Branch, is coming to America this winter with its first location in the Greenwich Village/SOHO area of New York City. The opening date is now set for February 1st. The restaurant is located at 195 Bleecker Street in the heart of where Greenwich Village and SOHO meet and in an area known for its shops, restaurants and art galleries and adjacent to New York University and other colleges and universities.
The first Copper Branch opened in 2014 in downtown Montreal and since then it has received worldwide recognition among vegans, flexitarians and health conscious consumers alike. The chain now has nearly 40 restaurants worldwide and is planning to open 15-20 in the U.S. in 2019 including stores in California, Florida, Massachusetts and Colorado.
Copper Branch offers all-day breakfast, lunch and dinner with a menu that includes power bowls, soups, sandwiches, burgers, wraps, salads, healthy sides, desserts and power smoothies. Seasonal menu items and limited-time offers are also key staples. The company also has a commitment to sustainability as all of the company’s food products, packaging and restaurant interiors are focused on environmental responsibility. In addition, Copper Branch is working with Rainforest Trust, a global organization protecting our planet’s most endangered rainforest land and animals.