Vegetarian Pop Up Returns to the Dallas Farmers Market

Dallas Farmers MarketThe wait is over. The long-awaited opening last month of the Market, an indoor food hall formerly Shed No. 2, at the Dallas Farmers Market has ignited the foodie rush in Dallas.

The indoor food hall isn’t the only hot spot at the market. Shed 2, the outdoor market, welcomes back one of the hottest and healthiest new pop up restaurants in the city, Soulgood, back to the shed. Soulgood, the winner of the 2015 Extraordinary Is Community Leader Award, launched at the Dallas Farmers Market on October 31, 2014 during the “construction period” and built a solid following of fans and foodies searching for organic vegan and vegetarian fast food.

Soulgood, founded by Chef Cynthia Nevels, is on deck to return to Shed 2 this Spring the weekend of January 29 – 31, 2016. The enthusiastic and quirky crew will serve their famous breakfast and lunch menu from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday – Sunday each weekend with a little bit of Motown on the side.

“We’ve learned a number of lessons, listened to our customers, found more local sources for organic ingredients, waited out the construction, had a complete makeover and we’re coming back to the place where we started to serve herbivores and omnivores what they like – good and nutritious whole foods,” stated Chef Cynthia, Head Chef for Soulgood.

Soulgood will serve local favorites like their fluffy vegan pancakes with pure organic maple syrup, the Vin Diezel Dog which is a fully loaded vegan/vegetarian chili cheese dog, the Showdown Burger, and the moist and delicious Samuel L Jackson Fruitcup – the company’s organic vegan cupcakes. This year, Soulgood, has added a new food delivery service. DFM patrons can buy five meals and Soulgood will give five percent back to charity. Customers can order onsite or pick up their 5-day meal plans, called Healthy Meal Lunchboxes, at Soulgood’s restaurant pop up at the Dallas Farmers Market. The restaurant has pledged five percent of sales will go to a local charity and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The donation to the CF Foundation is earmarked to support research to find a cure for the disease that impacted the chef’s family last year when she lost her 21-year old son to the disease.

“Giving back to nonprofit organizations that align with our mission to promote a better quality of life is important to me and I feel it is good for the soul,” shares Chef Cynthia.

To find out more, visit eatsoulgood.com and click on Giving Back for more details.

Holiday Cheer and Cherries

imageRemember to choose healthy whole foods this holiday season to keep your health and weight in check. Allow Soulgood to cater your next holiday meal for those loved ones who prefer to pass on the turkey and chicken this season. Call us toll-free at 1-877-601-3211 ext 141 9:00am – 6:00pm Monday – Friday. #eatwell from the Soulgood team.

Celebrate Life

Soulgood Food TruckSoulgood Vegetarian to Go was founded in 2012 by Chef Cynthia in honor of her son, Tyler Nelson, who was born with Cystic Fibrosis. In 2010, her son needed a life saving double organ transplant. Chef Cynthia felt helpless and one day she began researching the benefits of whole foods, meatless diets, herbs and nutrition. She began to discover ways healthy foods could help her son and how a whole food diet could align with the medical treatments he was receiving to help sustain a better quality of life. We believe food can be thy medicine and our organic vegan and vegetarian recipes contain the best local ingredients money can by. We are proud to announce the launch of a new Soulgood Vegan and Vegetarian Fast Food truck in honor of Tyler who won his battle with Cystic Fibrosis on July 23, 2015. You can help us achieve this dream. Click here to give a gift to help Soulgood build their new vegan and vegetarian fast food truck this summer.