Ms. Mills may want to work on improving the restaurant's main website though... Most of the food that appears in the banner resembles some form of poopy.
UPDATE: We, along with every other blog who ran a post on the topic, had the story wrong. Here's a correction which we received earlier this afternoon:
The HPAC-VBITES Learning Cafe, which was opened on Saturday, is not a restaurant, but the office of the Hunts Point Alliance for Children (HPAC) and distribution center for the the vegan food generously donated by Heather Mills last year. In September, 2008, Ms. Mills announced a $1 million dollar donation worth of food to the children of Hunts Point. HPAC administers and distributes this food to the community directly and through alliance members. More on HPAC can be found at www.hpac10474.org.*Photo courtesy of Dlisted.com*I have attached the press release for the event. It would be greatly appreciated if you could reflect this on your blog.Jill