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Slutty Vegan Announces Its First Location in Harlem with Help From Cam'ron in a Pink Tracksuit

Updated: Nov 30, 2022

Slutty Vegan to Open First Location in Harlem
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Slutty Vegan, the popular plant-based burger chain out of Atlanta, is opening its first location in Harlem.

The rapidly-expanding fast food concept announced the news on Instagram with a short video of Cam'ron in front of the soon-to-open uptown space.

Wearing an all-pink tracksuit, the rapper tries unsuccessfully to open the door and says, "But you know what, Harlem is about to open."

While no address is mentioned, eagle-eyed Harlemites will recognize the location as 300 W 135th Street between Frederick Douglass Boulevard and St. Nicholas Avenue.

Slutty Vegan is owned by Pinky Cole, who first ran her eponymous Jamaican-American restaurant in Harlem before moving to Atlanta and starting the vegan chain in 2018.

In 2021 Cole collaborated with Shake Shack's Harlem location on a limited edition vegan burger, and this year it was announced that Shake Shack founder Danny Meyer was behind some of the new funding that would help the chain expand.

The vegan fast food restaurant currently has seven locations, including five in Georgia, one in Alabama, and one that opened in Brooklyn in September.

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