Award-Winning Vegan Pizza Chain Opens Fourth U.K. Restaurant
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Award-Winning Vegan Pizza Chain Opens Fourth U.K. Restaurant


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Award-winning vegan pizza chain Purezza has announced its fourth U.K. restaurant will open later this year*.

The company, who recently revealed it would open a third location in Hove, Brighton, is now set to expand its presence to Bristol – replacing a former pork and BBQ restaurant.

The new location, which will also offer a local delivery service, will be fitted with 100 percent reclaimed and upcycled furniture, decorated with eco-friendly and organic paints.

‘Thriving restaurant community’

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, co-founder and co-owner of Purezza Tim Barclay said: “We absolutely adore Bristol. 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.

“We’re thrilled that the time has finally come to open our doors and join the thriving restaurant community that exists here, whilst bringing our plant-based pizzas to the people of Gloucester Road and beyond.”

The chain’s fourth restaurant will be located at 79-81 Gloucester Road, Bristol, and will open in August 2020, with an exact date yet to be confirmed.

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