Vegan Goth-Themed Café Opens in Arizona

New Phoenix-based shop Dark Hall Coffee serves oat-milk lattes, vegan pastries, and goth vibes.

New goth-themed café Dark Hall Coffee held its grand opening in Phoenix, AZ on Friday, April 13. The goth-themed shop serves coffee and tea beverages blended with plant-based milks (including popular oat-based brand Oatly), and stocks a variety of vegan baked goods such as raspberry cinnamon rolls, lavender blackout cake, and salted dark chocolate chip cookies in its pastry case. Dark Hall Coffee’s interior is punctuated by a black wall with floral accents and skeleton artwork, while vegans looking for a similar aesthetic can visit San Diego bar Kindred, which serves a full food menu and goth-inspired cocktails such as Cradle to the Grave, Gloom Coil, and Deadweight.

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