To call Sol Sips a cafe would be like calling Idris Elba a DJ. It’s not factually inaccurate, but you’re missing some key details. In addition to selling a menu of Caribbean vegan daytime dishes Monday through Saturday, Sol Sips curates meal kits and juice cleanse regimens with a sliding payment scale to make them more accessible to all. You can check out an example of their meal kit bundles here (which include everything from chickpea omelettes to Belizean veg plates). Keep Sol Sips in mind the next time you’re meeting someone for a smoothie and a snack, or anytime you’re looking for vegan options in Bushwick.
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