GREENWICH VILLAGE, NY — Vegans rejoice.

The popular vegan dining restaurant group Blossom opened its new Greenwich Village location on Monday.

Blossom on University sits at 72 University Place after moving from its location in the Chelsea neighborhood of Lower Manhattan.

The new restaurant will be open from noon to 9 p.m. every day and offer limited-outdoor dining, delivery, and takeout. Blossom has also extended its usual delivery range, and can bring you tasty vegan creations as far north as 45th Street, or as far downtown as Wall Street.

Additionally, if you order directly through their website, you can take advantage of 20 percent off your first order by using the code WELCOME20.

The vegan sanctuary offers such favorites as chickpea-flour battered crispy artichokes, cashew ravioli, a tofu BLT, and a cajun pizza. You can explore the full menu on Blossom’s website.

“I started Blossom with Pamela Elizabeth in 2005, when vegan food was not as popular as it is today,” co-founder Ronen Seri wrote on the Blossom website. “We are both vegans for animal reasons and as an entrepreneur and food lover, I wanted to create a business that allowed me to be both. My vision for Blossom was to create a place with outstanding food, not just for vegans, but for everyone to enjoy.”

Blossom also has a location on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

Popular Vegan Restaurant Opens Its Doors In Greenwich Village

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