Pinky Cole opens new slutty vegan location in Duluth



Pinky Cole, the visionary, founder and CEO of Slutty Vegan, Bar Vegan and The Pinky Cole Foundation, announces the opening of a new Slutty Vegan location in Duluth, GA. The Gwinnett County restaurant (2131 Pleasant Hill Rd.) Opens in late 2021 and features an extensive menu with creative interpretations of 100% plant-based burgers, sandwiches, and meals made with Impossible meat and cheeky names.

After a successful pop-up in Duluth, the slutty vegan mogul decided it would be the home of their next location. Slutty Vegan Duluth will be Cole’s fourth food and beverage concept since Slutty Vegan was launched in 2018.

Fan favorites like the ONE NIGHT STAND, a burger with vegan bacon, vegan cheese, caramelized onions, lettuce, tomato & slut sauce on a vegan Hawaiian bun and the FUSSY HUSSY, a burger with cucumber, vegan cheese, caramelized onions, lettuce -, tomato and slut sauce on a vegan Hawaiian bun as well as unexpected options like the HEAUX BOY with vegan shrimp in a New Orleans-style batter, loaded with lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber and slut sauce on a vegan Hawaiian bun Takeaway and delivery.

“After years of loyal sluts traveling for us from Duluth to Atlanta, we’re excited to finally give them what they’ve been waiting for,” says Cole. “I’m so excited that we will continue to build and expand Slutty Vegan to bring our signature vegan food brand to new communities in Georgia and beyond.”

In all of its locations, Cole has created a groundbreaking empire dedicated to reinventing the vegan food culture, where vegans and meat eaters alike can break free from kale and quinoa salads. Slutty Vegan’s longing, delicious menus and happy customer interactions draw locals and visitors eagerly to wait in now infamous lines around the block for vegan burgers, sandwiches, and more. Worn fans include celebrities Snoop Dawg, Jermaine Dupri, Taraji P. Henson, Tyler Perry, Tiffany Haddish, Queen Latifah and many more. The restaurant has plans to clog other cities across the country with upcoming openings that will be announced shortly.

In February 2021, Cole opened the Vegan Bar at Atlanta’s famous Ponce City Market and introduced Atlanta to the “Bartheater”. The bold, unforgettable and eventful restaurant offers a fun, energetic atmosphere with exciting and exotic visual presentations of curated drinks as well as flavorful vegan bar food. Presented by Cole and D. Hayes, President and CEO of Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks, the vegan menu includes hearty salads, hearty spring rolls, flavorful cauliflower wings and must-have cheesesteaks.

Cole puts all of her love, experience and talent into a recipe for success. In May 2019, Cole founded the Pinky Cole Foundation. Working with another philanthropist, she has paid rent to troubled local businesses, tuition fees for 30 Clark Atlanta University students, auto and life insurance for the family of Rayshard Brooks, who was murdered by a police officer in Spring 2020, and more. Most recently, Cole teamed up with Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks’ Derrick Hayes to lead the Square 1: The Liife Experience program, a program with an initiative to provide life insurance to 25,000 black men through December 2023 to support their health and intergenerational prosperity to create black community.

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