Reading Time: < 1 minute The cafe is in the St. George’s Cross area of Glasgow (Photo: Bloom Facebook)
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A new vegan cafe will be opening soon in Glasgow – and this one is Nirvana themed, according to Craig Williams from Glasgow Live.

The Scottish city – which has been voted the UK’s most vegan-friendly city in the past, is already home to a number of bustling plant-based cafes and restaurants.

But the new cafe – called ‘In Bloom’ – is set to add a unique vibe with its music-inspired setting.

It is named after the Nirvana song In Bloom from the band’s second album Nevermind.

The eatery, which has been advertised as ‘cruelty-free’ is in the St. George’s Cross area of Glasgow on Clarendon Place.

The cafe’s founders have been contacted for comment.


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