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    The Butcher’s Daughter Celebrates One Year with WeHo Chamber Ribbon Cutting

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    The Butcher’s Daughter Juice Bar & Cafe celebrated one year in the city of West Hollywood this past Wednesday. The West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce gave the vegan restaurant, located at 8755 Melrose Avenue, a ribbon cutting ceremony co-hosted by the City of West Hollywood.

    West Hollywood Mayor Sepi Shyne and council members John Heilman and Chelsea Byers attended the celebration.

    WeHo Chamber CEO, Genevieve Morrill and Board Chair David Wood, congratulated the Butcher’s Daughter leadership team for their first year of business. Wood presented the restaurant with a buck for good luck, a tradition that dates back over 100 years. And Mayor Sepi Shyne presented the leadership team with certificate of recognition and posed for photos along with her colleagues in the council.

    The Butcher’s Daughter Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – WEHO TIMES
    The Butcher’s Daughter Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – WEHO TIMES

    “Thank you everyone for coming out,” said Mayor Shyne. “I see other neighbor business owners. It’s wonderful to have community here. It is the spirit of West Hollywood to be in community and supportive of each other. It is an extra pleasure to have a woman-owned vegan business here on their one year anniversary.”

    “We’re so excited to be standing with you all today,” said Butcher’s Daughter Founder and Creative Director Heather “We’re a little late on the opening ceremony, but we love that fact that we are celebrating one year and getting to know the neighborhood. We want everyone to come in here and tell us your names. We love getting to know you and here to many more.

    The Butcher’s Daughter Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – WEHO TIMES

    The ribbon-cutting ceremony was followed by a WeHo Chamber Mix & Mingle business mixer inside the restaurant. Chamber members enjoyed free drinks, light finger foods and live music.

    ABOUT
    The Butcher’s Daughter is a plant-forward restaurant, cafe, juice bar & “vegetable slaughterhouse.” They treat fruits and vegetables as a butcher would meat: chopping, filleting and carving fresh produce into healthy vegetarian dishes and pressing them into pretty juices.

    Their five locations serve breakfast, lunch, dinner & weekend brunch. They take pride in their daily-changing menu, which is 100% vegetarian, with many vegan and gluten-free options.

    To learn more about Butcher’s Daughter, visit: https://www.thebutchersdaughter.com/.

    To learn more about the Chamber of Commerce, visit: https://www.wehochamber.com/.

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    Paulo Murillo
    Paulo Murillohttps://wehotimes.com
    Paulo Murillo is Editor in Chief and Publisher of WEHO TIMES. He brings over 20 years of experience as a columnist, reporter, and photo journalist. Murillo began his professional writing career as the author of “Love Ya, Mean It,” an irreverent and sometimes controversial West Hollywood lifestyle column for FAB! newspaper. His work has appeared in numerous print and online publications, which include the “Hot Topic” column in Frontiers magazine, where he covered breaking news and local events in West Hollywood. He can be reached at [email protected]

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    Natasha
    Natasha
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    8 months ago

    I hope they can survive long term. With the highest minimum wage in the entire country these politicians are business killers. Soon only rich people will be able to eat out in Weho because prices are going up and up and up. The only way a business can survive is to raise food and drink prices.

    Kevin
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    8 months ago

    Weho no longer has the highest minimum wage. They charge premium prices and deservedly so, given the quality of their food, so paying a living wage should not be an issue for them.

    Natasha
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    8 months ago

    Please tell me which city has a higher minimum wage? The higher minimum wage and required benefits affects all restaurants and small businesses. The market should decide these higher wages not city commissioners. If a successful business doesn’t pay their employees well they should jump ship and go work for someone else who pays more or ask for a raise. I just don’t like the idea of being forced to pay lazy or poor employees higher wages when they don’t deserve it. At least people with lots of money can afford to eat out in West Hollywood. I guess that’s… Read more »

    Enough!
    Enough!
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    8 months ago

    Heilman can find time to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony but he can’t return residents’ emails. I guess politicians never miss a photo op.

    Kevin
    Kevin
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    8 months ago

    Congrats! Really a great business and staff.

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