Greetings and Welcome to Jolo’s Kitchen where everything is vegan!

Vegan means we only use plant based foods like grains, seeds, vegetables, root vegetables, nuts, and/or fruits.

Know that eating with us equals healthy foods, fresh ingredients, surprisingly realistic veggie-meats and delicious flavors. We also have vegan desserts, salads, raw food dishes, and gluten-free options.

Chef Jolo has been reviewed by The New York Times, The Harlem Times, Natural Awakenings and Westchester Magazine, winning the magazine's prestigious Best of Westchester Award 2012.

Open since 2008 the mission remains the same; provide affordable, delicious, and nutritious vegan meals to our community and the travelers who come from far to experience good food.

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"Jolo’s offers a constantly changing array of vegetable-, grain- and fruit-based dishes that are so delicious even meat lovers will be pleased."
--NY Times

Brandon Barr's short film Jolo's Kitchen will be presented at the Princeton Student Film Festival. Chef Jolo from Jolo's Kitchen Vegan Restaurant in New Rochelle NY is featured in this documentary film.
The 2015 Princeton Student Film and Video Festival will be held Wednesday, July 22, and Thursday, July 23, at Princeton Public Library. Screenings will begin at 7 p.m. both nights in the library's Community Room.

SUNY Purchase student Brandon Barr approached Jolo to make this documentary as a project. When Jolo saw the film he exclaimed "the film is a short window into my personal world, I'm very impressed with the artistic quality and substance."

Barr beautifully chronicles quiet moments where Jolo shares his progression as a family man, Hip-Hop artist and executive Chef. Haitian-born Jolo opened Jolo's Kitchen, a Vegan Restaurant and Juice Bar, during 2008 after a underground success in conscious Hip-Hop.

See Princeton Article here