Paisley Vegan Kitchen In Cocoa Village Attracts Diners From All Over Florida

By  //  July 17, 2016

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ingredients are made from scratch daily

Paisley has been a dream of owner and operator, Alyssa, for most of her life.

Paisley has been a dream of owner and operator, Alyssa, left, for most of her life. Alyssa has spent the last four years, alongside longtime boyfriend, Michael, right, and their tiniest taste tester daughter, Audrey, creating decadent recipes. (paisleyvegan.com image)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA VILLAGE, FLORIDA – If you are looking for a vegan comfort food dining experience, look no further than Paisley Vegan Kitchen, which opened in March at 630 Brevard Avenue in Cocoa Village.

The owners, Alyssa and Michael, explored the concept of presenting delicious vegan cuisine that mimic the familiar dishes we all know and love, such as chicken and waffles, lasagna, and macaroni and cheese. According to the owners, a not so familiar dish, buffalo cauliflower bites, is a customer favorite.

Completely free of all animal products, all menu items and ingredients are made from scratch daily, including the chicken substitute.

When Alyssa and Michael began to outgrow their on Delannoy Avenue, they immediately set their sights on Cocoa Village as the new location for Paisley Vegan.

“Cocoa Village was the most welcoming place we found while looking for places,” said Alyssa.

Hitting the ground running, Paisley Vegan Kitchen opened a month and a half after Alyssa and Michael signed the lease for its new location.

Completely free of all animal products, all menu items and ingredients are made from scratch daily, including the chicken substitute.

Completely free of all animal products, all Paisley Vegan Kitchen menu items and ingredients are made from scratch daily, including the chicken substitute. (Image for Space Coast Daily)

Paisley Vegan’s special niche attracts diners from all over the state of Florida looking for vegan cuisine.

This resonates with Alyssa and Michael, whose decision to open their own restaurant stems from wanting closer vegan dining options.

“We lived in south Palm Bay before we moved here and were driving to Orlando to go out to eat,” says Michael. “A date night turns out to be a very hard thing when you have a two-hour drive.”

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The restaurant currently has seven employees. Alyssa and Michael’s future plans, include investing into the physical infrastructure to make the kitchen as efficient as possible, and eventually relocating into a larger space.

For more information about Paisley Vegan Kitchen, visit www.paisleyvegan.com or call 321-305-5767.

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ABOVE MAP: If you are looking for a vegan comfort food dining experience, look no further than Paisley Vegan Kitchen, which opened in March at 630 Brevard Avenue in Cocoa Village.


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