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You Can Order A Free Meal From Pure Food And Wine, 'Bad Vegan' Sarma Melngailis' Infamous Restaurant

See what all the buzz was about (for three days only).

Netflix's latest true-crime docuseries Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives. follows the rise and fall of Sarma Melngailis. Sarma founded Pure Food and Wine, a vegan NYC restaurant that attracted tons of celebrity diners. While the eatery eventually had to close its doors, its menu is making a triumphant return.

If you binged every single episode of Bad Vegan and are hungry for more, now is your chance to see what all the buzz was about. For three days only, New York City diners will get to try Pure Food and Wine food for themselves—for free!

Curious? Here's how to get your hands on a dish straight from Sarma's menu:

You can order a three-course Pure Food and Wine meal on Postmates.

Grab your phone and download Postmates—you'll need the meal delivery app to get the goods. Starting on Friday, March 25, you can order for delivery or pickup from The Bad Vegan Kitchen.

Two former Pure Food and Wine chefs are reuniting to bring back a three-course meal from the original menu. Chef Nikki Bennett, the former head chef, and Chef Missy Maidana, the former pastry chef, will be whipping up old dishes right in NYC.

There's a set menu—but the food (and tote bag) are free.

Each meal comes with three courses:

  1. A Caesar salad starter
  2. A raw lasagna main, the restaurant's signature dish
  3. And a Mallomar dessert

    The best part? The food is totally free, and there are no delivery fees. Plus, you'll get a custom tote bag.

    It's only available for three days.

    Sadly, the menu won't last long. You can order from March 25 through March 27 for lunch or dinner, while supplies last.

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    Don't have the Postmates app? Use their website, or download it from the Apple App Store or Google Play. Clear your schedule—now, you totally have dinner plans!

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