Vegan Pizza Chain To Open 4th Restaurant Where Butcher Shop Used To Be
Vegan pizza chain Purezza has announced the opening of a fourth restaurant in the UK.
The new Purezza location will be on Gloucester Road, Bristol, on the site of a former butcher shop.
The award winning pizza chain also recently announced the launch of a third location in Hove — with both new branches set to open this August.
“Diverse And Welcoming City”
“We absolutely adore Bristol,” said Tim Barclay, co-founder and co-owner of Purezza, in an email to Raise Vegan.
“It is a fantastic diverse and welcoming city, we have been looking at opportunities to open here since Purezza began back in 2015.”
“Having taken part in the wonderful Bristol Vegfest a couple of times, it was always an amazing experience and it made us eager to put some roots down.”
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Vegan Pizza Chain
Purezza opened its first restaurant in Brighton back in 2015, and just three years later won the National Pizza of the Year Award, as well as the Vegan Restaurant of the Year Award.
In addition to a range of inventive plant-based pizzas, customers can choose from a full gluten-free menu, as well as from a selection of raw dishes, desserts, and unique cocktails.
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