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Blossom Du Jour Flagship Moves Location in NYC

NYC’s Blossom Du Jour flagship is moving to a new location.

On April 15th, Blossom Du Jour’s flagship will celebrate the grand opening of its new location at West 23rd between Sixth and Seventh Avenue. In 2005, Pamela Elizabeth opened Blossom Restaurant in a townhouse in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood hoping to show patrons that healthy vegan meals could be satisfying without animal products. Following its great success, Blossom Du Jour was opened as a cruelty-free, green, and healthy fast-food option; quick comfort food in a casual setting was warmly welcomed by New Yorkers, and soon BDJ expanded to two locations on the Upper West Side and in Midtown West.


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