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CAN VEGAN WIN BEST BURGER?

We have entered the James Beard Foundation Blended Burger Contest! 

Come try our special James Beard Foundation Blended Burger: Beyond Burger blended with mushrooms and garlic, topped with eggplant bacon-tomato jam, wild arugula, dehydrated crispy onions, vegan smoked Gouda, on a kaiser roll. Can we win against beef burgers? You be the judge!

Vote for us and you will automatically be entered to win a trip for two to the James Beard House in NYC for dinner! You may enter/vote every 24 hours!

AWARD WINNING CUISINE

The Cider Press Café offers a fine dining experience in a casual setting. Featuring a Florida inspired, plant based, modernist cuisine, our menu is entirely raw vegan but all you need to be is a fanatic of great food.

THE PRESS BEHIND CIDER PRESS

Manufactured in Springfield, Ohio from a patent issued in 1869, the apple press is an authentic piece of American history. Popular during the “Johnny Appleseed” years of settling this vast land, apple presses were routinely found on farms throughout the east and midwest. The press was acquired by Roland’s parents when they bought a small farm outside of Cincinnati in the 1960s.

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Latest News from Our Blog

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