P.S. & Co. to Launch Vegan BYO Weekend Brunch, Among Other Cool Things

P.S. & Co. | Photo by Emily Teel

P.S. & Co. | Photo by Emily Teel

Last week, our pals at Foobooz posted their First Look review of the recently opened P.S. & Co. cafe near Rittenhouse Square, brainchild of Pure Sweets bakery owner Andrea Kyan. You should go read it to find out what our resident foodies have to say, but we wanted to make sure we brought to your attention a few of the cool happenings coming up at the organic, vegan, gluten-free cafe.




First off, P.S. is now offering prix fixe dinners every Thursday night. It's $58 a person (tax and tip are extra), and includes five courses, unlimited cold-pressed juices and cocktails, and a to-go treat. You can make a reservation on Open Table.

The eatery has also begun offering bike delivery to the Center City area (orders can be placed on grubhub.com or by calling 215-985-1706), and they've been doing juicing demos Monday through Saturday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. The demos give you the opportunity to see how cold-pressed juicing works and to ask juicing questions. You can also get samples of the house-made juices from the folks behind the counter.

And coming up—this is our favorite tidbit—P.S. & Co. will begin offering BYO weekend brunches that are vegan and gluten-free. Twenty bucks gets you unlimited juices for Bloody Mary's, mimosas and sangria (so don't forget to bring your own champagne, vodka and red wine), as well as tasting portions of five P.S. foods: your choice of yogurt or chia pudding (1), quiche (2), pancakes (3), mushroom bacon (4), and a side vegetable salad or fruit salad (5). Each table will receive a basket of assorted freshly baked muffins (banana-chocolate, zucchini, carrot and more). The meal is full service—and the $20 does not include tax and gratuity, obviously—but you can also get brunch items to go in the grab-and-go cafe a la carte.

Brunch will be served Saturdays and Sundays between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Kyan says they're looking at a target launch for brunch in late July, potentially July 26th. But you can keep up with the latest over on their Facebook page.

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