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Manhattan Vegan Café

A new, all-vegan café offers New Yorkers classic, meat-free sandwiches, fresh juice, and cruelty-free treats.

On February 15, Terri opened in downtown Manhattan's Flatiron District, serving veggie-filled sandwiches, mixed juices, and cupcakes. The menu at Terri is similar to most New York sanwich shops, offering meat-free classic, such as a Meatball Parmesan, Grilled Cheese, and Tuna Melt, to more creative dare like the holiday-themed Thanksgiving Leftovers. Aside from a heaping selection of hearty sandwiches—some include Daiya cheese—Terri also serves salads and makes mixed juices that can be purchased fresh or bottled. In case a savory sandwich washed down with fresh fruit juice isn't enough, the all-vegan eatery also sells cupcakes.

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