The Volstead Opens as Philly's First Zero-Proof Bar

The Volstead Opens as Philly's First Zero-Proof Bar

The Volstead Opens as Philly's First Zero-Proof Bar

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Philadelphia, PAThe Volstead by Unity - Several restaurants and bars have made an effort to cater to the needs of nondrinkers, and the sober-bar trend is gaining momentum in the city of brotherly love. And now Philly has its first zero-proof bar in Manayunk at 4371 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127.


The Volstead by Unity in Manayunk

Volstead by Unity's menu features 100-percent vegan food and beverages. The restaurant's menu includes dishes like penny's sausage meatballs, candy roasted Brussels, and blackened tempeh steak. There is also be a brunch menu for those wanting an early start.

The Volstead is the brainchild of Robert and Arielle Ashford and the latest in a series of social enterprise concepts in the Unity Family. Their motto is - love for community investment, recovery-friendly workplaces. While focusing on great food, seasonal and sustainable foods, zero alcohol drinks, and paying our team a living wage.

Zero-Proof Bar Opens in Manayunk Philadelphia

Zero-proof bars are popping up around the country. This new trend is becoming popular. In recent months, the concept of zero-proof bars has been gaining momentum nationwide. While Volstead in Manayunk is the first of its kind in Philadelphia. Other bars with this concept include Sans Bar in Austin, Awake Bar in Denver, and Listen in Minneapolis.



So, What Are Zero-Proof Drinks?

Zero-proof drinks are popular among young adults, vegans, and pregnant women. These are becoming more popular with each passing year. They're made of the same ingredients as regular alcohol. And they taste just as good. The only difference is that some contain caffeine, dairy, or non-vegan ingredients. But if you can't stand the taste of alcohol, you can choose a non-alcoholic drink.




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