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Pinky Cole, founder and CEO of Slutty Vegan, Bar Vegan, and The Pinky Cole Foundation, this week released details for her planned Duluth restaurant, at 2131 Pleasant Hill Rd.
Slutty Vegan Duluth will open in late 2021 serving 100 percent plant-based burgers, sandwiches, and meals made with Impossible meat and donning cheeky names.
Cole’s expansion into Duluth arrives after Slutty Vegan held a pop-up in the City and will be the growing chain’s fourth location.
“After years of loyal sluts traveling from Duluth all the way to Atlanta for us, we’re excited to finally give them what they’ve been waiting for,” Cole said in a press release. “I’m so thrilled that we will continue to build Slutty Vegan and expand to offer our signature brand of vegan food to new communities both in Georgia and beyond.”
In addition to the upcoming Slutty Vegan, Cole this week also announced the launch of a line of vegan CBD Gummies.
Sold at the Edgewood and Jonesboro Slutty Vegan locations and through Slutty Vegan’s online shop with nationwide shipping, the vegan gummies are available in two flavors – Mango Margarita and Piña Colada – and contain 10mg of CBD per piece.
The “chef-designed, handcrafted” gummies are made with whole-plant extracts and organic ingredients, including a pectin base as opposed to animal gelatin. The gummies can be purchased here.
“Once upon a time, using CBD and marijuana was considered taboo in America,” Cole said. “I’m thrilled to be able to offer this unique product to people in our communities. Reimaging vegan food like this is a game-changer for us, and we’re excited to see what our sluts think of our newest addition.”
In February 2021, Cole opened Bar Vegan at Ponce City Market, offering a vegan menu that includes salads, egg rolls, cauliflower wings, and cheesesteaks — paired with over-the-top cocktails.