New York City—it’s time to bring some spice to your life! Spicy Moon, the sensational vegan Szechuan restaurant that is already a hit in the East Village and West Village, is bringing its tasty dishes to a new location in SoHo at 265-267 Bowery, just steps from Houston Street. The new location, which was formerly Belse Plant Cuisine, features a more comprehensive alcoholic beverage menu thanks to brewing equipment left behind by previous tenants.
Szechuan Vegan Eats at Spicy Moon’s New Location in SoHo
At the new location of Spicy Moon, you can expect a fantastic selection of drinks to accompany your Dan Dan Noodles, Mapo Tofu, and Scallion Pancakes. You’ll also find small bites, bowls, entrees, and sides. Dive into old favorites such as Vegetable Spring Rolls and Vegetable Ramen, or try something new with the plant-based sweet Honey Walnut Edamame Nuggets, savory Vegetable Wonton Soup, spicy Chili Glass Noodles with Beyond Beef or a side of warm Brown Rice with Spicy Mayo. At Spicy Moon, you’re bound to experience exciting new flavors and innovative dishes! More of an early bird? Spicy Moon is also planning to serve up a delectable Szechuan breakfast. Stay tuned for more updates on the breakfast menu.
Spicy Moon’s Largest Location Yet
The vibrant new space includes 41 tables and a whopping 170 seats. Plus, there is a fabulous 16-seat bar where you can sip innovative beverages that will excite your taste buds. The previous tenants left behind brewing equipment, which allows this particular location of Spicy Moon to offer a larger alcoholic drink menu. The space received a makeover, with the exterior painted vibrant hot pink.
Spicy Moon’s new location is now open. For more information, visit SpicyMoonNYC.com.