We're an upscale two-story restaurant/bar, that combines the sophistication of midtown Manhattan with the lively energy of the Theater District and Hell's Kitchen - with an innovative plant-based menu! Our landmark space near the corner of 48th Street & 8th Avenue is conveniently located in Manhattan, with easy parking and subway access for our guests. And hey, "P.S." - we're passionate about making a difference, so we're structured as a charitable business, which means we give 100% of our profits to nonprofit partners (like Yunus Social Business, ) - so when you host your next event with us, you're helping us help others! We love hosting events big and small, intimate and corporate - just reach out to see how easy we make creating your next exciting event.
Our "why" (and how you can get involved)
Our goal is to leverage the power of good food and an open heart to lovingly serve our clients, employees, society and the earth. When we started out, we made three commitments. They are:
1. Creating jobs for those marginalized in New York, such as clients of our partnering organizations
2. Donating 100% of profits to sustainable charitable work locally and overseas
3. Providing New Yorkers with delicious food options that are kind to the body and the earth
That's why our mission is to break the cycle of poverty by connecting resources to vulnerable communities, providing tools necessary for self-sustainability, and building meaningful relationships with our neighbors, near and far. To do that, we've partnered here in NYC with Defy Ventures (www.defyventures.org), an entrepreneurship, employment and character development program for current and former convicts; The Doe Fund (www.doe.org), which offers career training and transitional housing to the homeless and previously incarcerated; and the Bowery Mission (www.bowery.org), which provides meals, shelter, and job opportunities for the homeless. We also support Yunus Social Business, a nonprofit venture fund that invests in other sustainable social businesses, and Share Hope, an ethically-made apparel company in Haiti, which creates jobs for women, while working to improve educational, health, and sanitation services in the surrounding communities. The idea is that poverty doesn’t start or end in New York – and there’s a wealth of groups where more funding, applied strategically, can also yield great change.
We'd love for you to participate with us in this, by hosting your next event at P.S. Kitchen. Reach out soon!