At PS & Co, our food is our passion. Whether you eat with intention or eat with abandon. We’re like nothing you’ve ever tasted or seen before. 


However you’ve chosen to shape your diet and live your life, there’s never any need to worry about what’s on our menu — we’re here and we’ve got you.

We take great pride in providing 100% organic, plant-based, gluten-free, kosher parve, scratch-made, nutrient-rich food. We source 100% organic, so if a vendor is out of stock, we’ll lean on Mom's Organic or Whole Foods to deliver on our commitment to you, no matter the price to us.  

Since we opened in 2014, we’ve continued to push boundaries and discover innovative ways to bring you the cleanest & healthiest path to enjoying organic, plant-based, gluten-free cuisine. 

We’ve also made it our mission to treat our employees like partners and pay above the industry standard. Historically, restaurants have been built using a high prices/low wages model, with erratic and unreliable hours. To counter these norms, we pay above industry standard, create reliable, yet flexible schedules.

For me, it was a personal goal to not even take a paycheck until we could afford benefits for our P.S. & Co. family. Only then, would I know the true cost of doing business. 

From all of us at P.S. & Co., we thank you for continuing this journey with us!  - Andrea and P.S. & Co.


P.S. & Co.™ is 100% whole foods, vegan (plant-based, dairy free, meat free, egg-free).  We do not source or offer fake meat products or processed cheese substitutes.

We avoid highly processed soy-protein or pea protein isolates.  As a result, we do not offer protein powders or popular vegan burgers.  These ingredients may be vegan, but in our opinion, not the best for your health.​

It is not easy.  Our goal is to serve the best product to you.  Produce changes with mother nature and organics are an even smaller slice of the pie, which is why you may see variations among our ingredients.  If we cannot source organically, we will not use a conventional alternative. That menu item may be on hiatus until that particular organic ingredient becomes available again. We will however source from IPM and sustainable farmers who do not certify their ingredients as organic but have been vetted to avoid using pesticides and herbicides.

We may source our organic produce from a variety of vendors such as Lancaster Farm Fresh, Baldor Specialty Foods, Summer Wind Farm, and Cecil Creek Farm to name a few. 

Our dry goods are sourced separately from the best vendors we find, which is approximately a list of growing 20 + vendors.  We prepare all of our menu items daily.  Fresh food has a short shelf life.  As a result, we recommend you consume our to-go items the same or next day at most, otherwise enjoy in our dining space.   We add no preservatives or short-cuts to our preparation.

P.S. & Co.™ stands apart from the rest who promise to be "committed to using organic, seasonal, and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible."  We want to do better for you.  This is why we commit to 100% organic standards.  It keeps us accountable, in order to keep our promise to you.

Zero GMOs.  A label that reads "non-gmo" does NOT mean that product is also organic.  Organic is the lack of use of pesticides; non-gmo is referring to genetically modified engineering. 

It is true our menus are 100% gluten-free?  Yes, our kitchen is celiac safe while maintaining 100% organic standards.

It is true our menus are 100% gluten-free.  Yes, our kitchen is Celiac-safe while maintaining 100% organic standards.

Through the supervision of the International Kosher Council - Rabbi Zev Schwarcz, we are certified kosher parve.  Please click on the link to see our current certification.

We are not safe for those with nut allergies.  We offer a few nut free options, but we use organic, raw nuts freely throughout our kitchen.  P.S. & Co.™ is not a nut-free or allergen free environment.  We also use organic soy in our kitchen, and occasionally organic corn.  As long as cross-contamination will not cause harm to you, we may be able to modify certain recipes.

We aim to reduce single-use waste as much as position. However, we no longer are able to source glass bottles since the pandemic. As glass production resumes, we will enthusiastically resume our glass bottle practices.

In hopes of discouraging single-use packaging, we decided to itemize these costs to reward our guests who do bring their own containers and decline boxes and bags, while raising funds for animal rescues.  All sales from the purchase of coffee cups, to-go boxes, straws, bags, etc. are donated to a different animal/wildlife cause every month.  Each month - through Instagram - guests help us vote where they would like the funds to be donated.  You can help us decide where your money goes!  We understand the transition is an inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding and support.  Please bring your own containers, reusable utensils, reusable bags, etc. to avoid additional charges.  Together, hopefully, we can transition our disposable culture into one that helps our planet thrive for future generations.

We deliver through DoorDash as part of our Toast online ordering app. 

Yes, we are!  As long as we're open, you're welcome to bring alcohol, any time of day.

​We accept reservations through OpenTable

We are working on this for our entire menu. Please email info@psandco.com for information.

  • David Fierabend of Groundswell Design designed the interiors.
  • Different landscape firms have designed our exterior and interior garden spaces. 
  • Joe Malseed of Philadelphia Woodcraft Company handmade our tables from reclaimed wood.
  • Ian Chapin created our Hobart mixing bowl lamps and milk bottle chandeliers. 
  • Our shelves and marble counter tops are all made from reclaimed joists from Philadelphia scrap yards.
  • The reddish wood floors are original to the 100+ year old building.
  • We pay American Power and Gas for wind power credits as our source of electricity. 
  • We are moving away from plastic packaging and strive to reduce plastic to-go packaging or disposable coffee cups.  Our packaging will be non-coated paper packaging. 
  • We provide and source our paper straws from Aardvark.  We still have plastic straws for those who need it.
  • We repurpose our food scraps.  The majority of our waste is reabsorbed or recycled.
  • We source our 100% organic vegetables and fruit from local farms through Baldor Specialty Foods and Lancaster Farm Fresh.  If unavailable locally, we source our organic produce from Baldor Specialty Foods.
  • We're always eager to reduce waste and reuse.  If you have any suggestions, we are looking forward to learning more.