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NYC Gets ZPizza

Vegan-friendly pie house ZPizza celebrates the opening of its first Manhattan pizzeria storefront.

On Sunday, vegan-friendly ZPizza opened its first storefront in Manhattan's West Village. The ever-expanding national pizza chain has a location in New York's JFK airport, but the West Village store on Bleecker Street is the company's first Manhattan location. Its menu offers items for omnivores and herbivores, and gluten-free crusts are available on request. The popular "Berkeley Vegan" plant-based pie is topped with veggie burger crumbles, zucchini, tomatoes, mushrooms, red onions, bell peppers, marinara sauce, and Daiya cheese. Currently, the chain is doling out $5 coupons to customers who elect to take a two-minute survey.

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