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Spread Peace Cafe opens in July

- The Spread Peace Cafe will be opening next month on the Riverfront side of the Palladio building. You may have noticed their cool green sign now up and lighted at night next to Ole English Pub. The Spread Peace Cafe was founded by local homelessness activists Randy and Roberta Tams and Tysha and Chris Tinney from a desire to create a place where people wanting to make a difference in our community could gather, get inspired and leave knowing they made a real difference in someone's life.

The restaurant features several unique concepts:

- For every meal purchased, one will be given to a person in need right here in our community. The Spread Peace Cafe was founded with two goals in mind. First, to motivate others to make good things happen and second to provide resources to help end hunger in our community.

- The Cafe will offer a healthy menu along with activities and events offering you a fun and rewarding way to help others and make a real difference in our community.

- Spread Peace Cafe's 4,000 sq. ft. dining and entertainment venue will include an open kitchen, natural foods market, theater, events facilities and Internet cafe wired to broadcast live over the web. Our menu is healthy and environmentally conscious with a wide selection of organic, vegetarian and vegan fare.

- Will serve Breakfast / shade-grown organic coffee.

- Enjoy healthy, conscious fare to go or for dine in. Fresh salads, soups, sandwiches, pizza and Vegan specials.

- Offers a unique schedule of events that will be broadcast on SPTV, including LIVE game shows filmed in the restaurant like The Dating Game, Sorority Feud and more.



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Posted by: David - 6/28/2010 1:54:51 PM
WOW! This place looks really great. As a vegetarian, almost vegan I'm excited.

Posted by: DAK - 7/10/2010 9:00:02 PM
This is good.

Posted by: Grouch - 10/20/2010 5:41:11 PM
It's a great concept, but they don't really know much about running a restaurant. As today's RGJ review (and most of the reader comments) attest), they've some serious deficiencies in both menu and service, and they haven't really been quick to address them. I'd like to see them succeed, but they need to improve for that to happen.


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