After 4 months in operation, Smithtown’s Primal Roots Organic Coffee shop shuts its doors Thursday, Oct. 4.
The fast-casual restaurant opened in late Might in the previous Baja Grill at 20 E. Main St. with a concentrate on a paleo-style meals that were grain-free and low in carbs; rather, lean meats and veggies multiplied.
Amongst the coffee shop’s meals were eggs Benedict over avocado, bone broths, grass-fed hamburgers on cauliflower flatbread and a kale Caesar with cashew cream. Consumers purchased at a counter and after that sat in a rustic, brilliant dining-room with sufficient recovered wood and distressed surface areas.
In an uncommon twist, a blackboard noted the couple of products that weren’t natural, due to provide chains or season.
The coffee shop was the endeavor of co-owner David Depinto, a lawyer who stated his weight and health enhanced considerably after he embraced a paleo diet plan in2015 In an e-mail, Depinto verified that Primal Roots is closing and composed the coffee shop “just had a little following.”
Primal Roots belonged to a cluster of low-carb and paleo-focused dining establishments that opened on Long Island in the previous year, consisting of CoreLife Restaurant in Farmingdale and Lo-Cal Cooking Area in Greenvale.