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Moby's NYC Vegan Restaurant "Teany" Gets Destroyed In Fire

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Bad news for all those tea drinking vegans on the lower east side. 

Late last week, Teany Cafe — an NYC vegan eatery co-founded by Moby —  was destroyed in a fire.  According to reports, an electrical fire ignited the vegan restaurant and gutted the building on Rivington Street.

Moby opened the joint in 2002 with this his then girlfriend Kelly Tisdale, and later turned it over to Tisdale exclusively. 

On his blog, Moby wrote:

 “Apparently Kelly is working hard to repair it and get it re-opened. So there’s a good chance that Teany will re-open at some point in the next month or two.”

Woo! We’re happy to hear that the veggie restaurant will once again stand tall. Oh wait…I mean stand “Teany.”

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