This Restaurant Gives Away Its Profits And Hires People In Need

P.S. Kitchen donates its profits to organizations that provide services to the homeless. Then it hires those homeless people, as well.

When the upscale eatery P.S. Kitchen opened in New York’s theater district this August, its plant-based menu reflected one way to encourage social change. The plant-based menu, of course,  advocates a more sustainable food system.

But co-owners Craig Cochran and Jeffrey LaPadula, who are also part of the four-person ownership team behind Terri, another plant-based quick casual concept offering things like wraps salads, smoothies and juices with three locations in New York, wanted to formalize a strategy to address another complex issue: poverty.
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