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Otarian NYC Opens

Cross-continental sustainable, vegetarian fast-food chain Otarian opens two locations in New York City.

This week, Otarian: The Planet's Most Sustainable Restaurant opens its second location in New York City. Last week, the international vegetarian fast-food chain opened its first US location in New York City on Bleecker Street, and on Friday, April 23, the chain will open its second location on Eighth Avenue. Regular menu items at the eatery include vegetarian burgers, wraps, and flatbreads. The chain strives to bring sustainable, plant-based food to people worldwide, and is preparing to open three locations in London in 2010, making it the city's first vegetarian fast-food chain.

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