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Cafe Blossom Has a New Upper West Side Home

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Photo: Cafe Blossom's former space. Credit: Foursquare

After being forced to shutter back in May, Upper West Side vegan standby Café Blossom has found a new home on Columbus Avenue. The new space is expected to open by the end of August and have seating for 100 people, plus a private event space and, for the first time, a liquor license. "Having a full bar is a really big step for us," co-owner Pamela Elizabeth Blackwell told the Post. Hopefully the team will have better luck than the former tenant, Casa Pomona which only reopened last September, after a water main break forced it to close for over six months. The UWS Blossom location will rejoin Blackwell's other locations in Chelsea and the West Village, as well as V-Note vegan café on the Upper East Side.
· Cafe Blossom Relocates, Lands Liquor License [NYPost]
· Upper West Side Vegan Standby Cafe Blossom to Close [ENY]

Blossom Cafe

507 Columbus Avenue, New York, NY

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