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Teany Café Reopening

New York teahouse and vegan café Teany will soon reopen, serving locals cruelty-free eats and drinks.

In April, New York lower east side café Teany will celebrate its reopening after an electrical fire caused it to close its doors last June. The teahouse and vegan eatery, which was founded by musician Moby and business partner Kelly Tisdale, has been reconstructed to look exactly as it did before. While the brand will be expanded, customers can still expect the same delicious, high-quality foods and beverages. Teany management is considering opening other locations in Vermont, Chicago, and Los Angeles. The café was first opened in 2002, and served vegetarian and vegan food, along with more than 90 varieties of loose leaf tea.

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