Blossom Du Jour expands with Blossom Bakery & Bryant Park Pop-up

Blossom Du Jour expands with Blossom Bakery & Bryant Park Pop-upBlossom Du Jour expands with Blossom Bakery & Bryant Park Pop-upDouble chocolate brownies, red velvet cupcakes & soft ooey gooey chocolate chip cookies…these are just some of the VEGAN (dairy-free) treats that have been flying off the shelves at Blossom Du Jour. So back by popular demand Blossom Bakery is re-opening in Chelsea.

Blossom Bakery re-opens it’s doors to the public on Thursday, October 30 at 174 Ninth Avenue (between 20th-21st). Most of the pastries that are available at Blossom Du Jour will be sold at this location, along with limited holiday additions such as their Gingerbread People and Chocolate Krinkle Cookies. There will also be four items you can only get at the bakery: carrot cake, chocolate cake, pumpkin pie and apple pie. Diners can also grab a vegan hot chocolate to warm them up. Some gluten-free treats will be available as well.

Blossom Du Jour expands with Blossom Bakery & Bryant Park Pop-upOwner, Pamela Elizabeth, couldn’t be more excited to share the news of her new business venture, “We have been getting so much feedback that people love our pastries, so wanted to make the place where the pastries are made accessible to the public once again.” That’s right, this Chelsea location is where the pastries are baked and have been baked for years, so when people walk in they may get their treats fresh out of the oven.

Special orders are welcome with 48 hours notice, so Blossom Bakery will also be a great place to pick up a special cake for a party or event.

Another bit of expansion news for Blossom Du Jour. You can also find their first pop up restaurant at Bryant Park from now until January 4, 2015. This exciting new spot is part of Bryant Park’s Winter Village. If you are heading to the Winter Village to shop or skate (we have confirmed the skates are leather-free) pop over to this pop-up for the vegan food you know and love. Look for Blossom Du Jour right by the fountain, up the steps on 6th Avenue entrance near the 41st Street entrance.

In direct response to the ever growing need for “alternative fast food” options, restaurateur Pamela Elizabeth established Blossom Du Jour in 2010. Powered by delicious and nutritious 100% vegan recipes, the quick serve restaurants has placed itself in the extraordinary position to make a positive impact on the environment as well as the daily lives of patrons by offering food and beverage choices that are healthful, environmentally conscious, and prepared quickly. The restaurant’s baked goods are also available at select Whole Foods stores.