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Moby's Cafe Expansion

Moby’s New York café and teashop TeaNY is set to reopen, and looks to bring its all-veg menu to new locations.

Vegan musician Moby is looking to expand his New York café, TeaNY, to other cities. While the original is still closed due to an electric fire, New Yorkers can expect TeaNY to reopen in the next two weeks. Café partner Naimm Oakdamini says they'll open restaurants in cities "that appreciate vegan cooking," and have been in talks with potential operators in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Vermont. As the name implies, TeanNY specializes in tea and offers 98 varieties. TeaNY's café menu is entirely vegetarian, with clearly-marked vegan options including quiche and a meatless turkey club.

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