Dry your tears, gentle vegan, your treasured UWS eatery Cafe Blossom has found some new digs in the neighborhood! The veggie-centric restaurant will reopen at 449 Amsterdam Avenue—formerly Casa Pomona—with a larger dining area with seating for 100 guests, reports the Post. Their casual eats, like the soy bacon cheeseburger (pictured above), remain on the menu but the restaurant plans to expand their offerings to include other bites like vegan tapas.

Also new to the restaurant: a full liquor license! "Having a full bar is a really big step for us," Blossom co-owner Pamela Elizabeth Blackwell told the Post. In addition to the table seating, the new space also boasts a 14-seat bar and a private events space. The restaurant plans to open its new doors by the end of August.

Cafe Blossom's original UWS location shuttered earlier this year after a (what else?) rent hike. Cafe Blossom also runs top notch outposts in Chelsea and the Midtown West, but you can only score that burger on the Upper West Side.