Choices Kitchen Now Offers Full Menu and Expanded Hours

In the wake of the closure of their Brickell location, the folks of Choices Cafe are expanding the operations of their newest locale -- Choices Kitchen.

The outpost, near Miami International Airport, previously offered just a $12 daily plate (and featured a vegan marketplace). But as of this week, customers can find the full menu and all their familiar favorites. Mentil Lentil, anyone?

See also: Choices Vegan Kitchen Now Open Near the Airport

The Brickell location was forced to close this month due to (you guessed it): Developers. Finnegan's River was the latest to announce a similar scenario.

In addition to offering the full menu, Choices Kitchen will also expand their hours to match the Brickell location. They'll be open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. And the location definitely has it over Brickell size-wise.

"We will definitely still be offering the daily plate, and this will be in addition to offering our full Choices Cafe menu (breakfast, pancakes, smoothies, juices, wraps, salads, etc.) and we also have expanded our organic marketplace with many more new and unique offerings," says Lori Zito, Choices' Sr. Director of Operations and Project Management.

Their on-site market offers everything from vegan marshmallows to cookbooks. And meatless eaters will only have to hoof it another 4.4 miles for the deliciousness they're used to.

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