Plant-based restaurant chain Copper Branch is celebrating its new location in New York City by offering a free General Copper Bowl or a Black Bean Burger at their new Greenwich Village location at 195 Bleecker Street in New York City this Friday, October 11.
The General Copper Bowl is a Copper Branch specialty and features General Tao tofu, fresh avocado, sriracha coleslaw, steamed broccoli and organic brown rice. The Black Bean Burger is a classic, featuring a whole food black bean and sweet potato patty, tomato, lettuce, vegan Southwest sauce, all on an organic Kamut bun.
“The response to our New York City location has been overwhelming and we want to thank our customers by offering them two of our most popular menu choices absolutely free this Friday,” states Copper Branch Director of Marketing Andrew Infantino. “We also want to extend this free promotion to anyone who hasn’t yet stopped by so they can sample our delicious, all natural, 100% plant-based power foods.”
Store hours are 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Valid one per customer and this offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion.
Started in 2014 and headquartered in Montreal, Copper Branch is a privately held company and holds the distinction of being the largest and fastest growing plant-based fast casual chain in the world.