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Blossom is expanding to include a vegan bakery and additional vegan cafe.Blossom is expanding to include a vegan bakery and additional vegan cafe.

Cafe Blossom to Open Vegan Bakery

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One of Mayim Bialik‘s favorite foodie joints is Cafe Blossom. It isn’t shocking that the girl who formerly played Blossom would love a restaurant similarly named. As a vegan and food-blogger, she is almost bound to love that Cafe Blossom is expanding to include an all vegan bakery to its growing list of restaurants and cafes in Manhattan.

Pamela Elizabeth, the owner of six Blossom restaurants and cafes, will be opening the bakery on March 3rd. It will be located next door to Blossom du Jour cafe in Chelsea. The bakery will be all vegan keeping in line with the restaurants vegan theme. Vegetarian baker, Quinn Ventura, will be creating such vegan delights as savory quiches with tofu fillings, biscotti, cookies, brownies, and according to Diner’s Journal, “a rich stand-in for a croissant, the trendy koign-amann from Brittany.”

Ventura claims her foods were inspired by Ms. Elizabeth and that all the ingredients used are organic including all oils and sweeteners.

Blossom isn’t just expanding into the vegan baking world. The restaurant will also be opening a cafe at 41 Carmine St. that will occupy two floors and feature a “candelight grotto and fireplace.” The newest cafe to secure Blossom’s dominion over vegan food in NYC is slated to open in mid-March.

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