Vegan Cafe Jax announced that it will hold a community opening on April 27th at 9:00 am in the eMed Multispecialty Group plaza at 2624 Atlantic Blvd, Suite 3.
The restaurant is a partnership between Dr. Rene Pulido and Chef Mat Bardroff.
Bardroff’s sister Jenna Bardroff is also a cook in the “Plant-Powered” restaurant.
“The cafe serves well-known ethnic dishes and uses traditional culinary arts and sciences. The aim is to create outstanding healthy meals that have been reinterpreted,” said a press release from the restaurant. The restaurant menu was said to be 100% vegan.
You can choose from bowls, sandwiches, burgers, wraps, soups, side dishes, lemonade, teas, Fairtrade coffee, fruit smoothies and desserts.
Dr. Rene Pulido is the founder and CEO of the eMed Multispecialty Group.
Raw, gluten-free, and oil-free options will be available.
There will be six tables for indoor seating, spaced apart for health and safety reasons.
According to Vegancafejax.com, the opening times are Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. It is closed Friday through Sunday.
Breakfast, which is served until 11am, costs $ 3.50 to $ 6.50 for bagels, a tofu scrambled egg sandwich, avocado toast, and waffles.
Bowls, wraps, sandwiches, and burgers (black beans) are $ 9 and will be available from 10am
The bowls and wraps include the Mediterranean rainbow quinoa, El Vegano, and others. Sandwiches include Jackfruit BBQ, Mushroom Reuben, Southwest Grilled Cheese, and the Black Bean Burger.
There are also biscuits, cakes, pies and cupcakes with changing flavors.
The press release states that food will be served in eco-friendly, compostable or recycled plastic take-away containers with compostable cutlery and napkins.
The press release states that Pulido and Mat Bardroff founded the Vegan Cafe Jax in 2021.
“The goal of Vegan Cafe Jax is to provide delicious and affordable meals that the entire community can enjoy and use as an exceptional form of preventive medicine,” the press release said.
Pulido is the founder and CEO of the eMed Multispecialty Group.
Pulido said in the press release that it is not in the “best interests of the pharmaceutical industry” to correct or treat the underlying cause of the disease, which is 99% related to diet and activity.
Instead, the industry “would rather make billions of dollars in profits selling oil-based chemicals that only marginally improve some disease symptoms, regardless of the underlying problem or the side effects they cause.”
Pulido said he was tired of pushing pills. It is time to offer treatment that is actually curative, restorative, and not associated with terrible risky complications. “
The press release stated that 10% of sales on opening day will be donated to CJ Acres Animal Rescue.