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‘Snice SoHo Opens

Popular NYC vegetarian café ‘Snice opens its third eatery in Mahattan#146;s Soho neighborhood.

Next week, New York City's famed vegetarian restaurant ‘Snice opens a third location in Manhattan's Soho neighborhood. Located between Prince and Houston Street, the café offers the same ‘Snice menu options available at its popular Brooklyn and West Village locations, including decked out vegan sandwiches-such as Tempeh Reubens and Buffalo "Chicken" Wraps with vegan ranch dressing-rich, dairy-free pastries, and smooth soy lattes. On April 11, the West Village location will be hosting a benefit-that will include vegan pigs-in-a-blanket-to raise money for two of its employees who were recently injured in March.

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