Thursday, December 1, 2022

Healthy Eatz Cafe Opens Second Location in Williamsburg

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WILLIAMSBURG-A new vegetarian restaurant has opened up on Richmond Road.

Healthy Eatz Vegetarian Cafe, which currently has a location on Jefferson Avenue in Newport News, has expanded and opened a second location in Williamsburg in the space formerly occupied by another restaurant, Corey’s Country Kitchen.

Healthy Eatz specializes in vegetarian options. Its menu includes soups, wraps, paninis, and pastas. Burgers including a black bean burger, a portabello burger, a boca burger, and a tofu burger as well as pizza made with a cauliflower crust are also available.

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