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Earthling Ed’s Unity Diner Moves To Bigger Location – Taking Over Former Rib Restaurant

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Vegan activist Earthling Ed has moved his restaurant to a new and much bigger London site – taking over a former rib restaurant.

Unity Diner first opened in October last year in Hoxton. It recently closed temporarily while the team moved location.

Now Ed has revealed that the outlet will reopen – in a bigger Spitalfields location, with an all-new menu, and a 100 percent vegan cocktail bar.

‘It’s time’

Taking to social media to announce the news, Ed wrote: “It’s time. Firstly, thank you all SO much for being so patient with us over the past few weeks, we have all been running around like crazy getting everything ready for what’s next for UD, and we’re so excited to be finally ready. ?

?”So here we go. We are so, so happy to announce that we have taken over a huge rib restaurant in Spitalfields that closed down…Not only have we moved to a new location, taking over a space that was once a hub for animal exploitation, but we also have a brand new menu and a full-service, 100 percent vegan cocktail bar.

“We would like to say the biggest ever thank you to everyone who has visited us since we opened, we have so much gratitude to everyone who walked through the doors of our original home in Hoxton. We have so much we want to achieve on our mission to help animals, and you have all enabled us to do so much already. Thank you. Thank you. See you soon.”

The new Unity Diner opens this evening at 5pm. Its new address is 60 Wentworth Street, Spitalfields.

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