Ypsilanti’s Veg-O-Rama opens second location in Canton

. April 30, 2019.
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The local vegetarian/vegan casual food restaurant, Veg-o-rama, opened a second location at 44930 Ford Rd in Canton with the same hours as the original location (533 W. Cross St), Monday through Saturdays from 10am to 10pm. The Canton store is open Sunday from noon to 8pm as well. The restaurant’s mission is to “serve Indo-American ‘Love Food’ packed with interesting flavors, fusion and fresh ingredients,” includes unique options to build your own burger, wrap, sub, or bowl as well as enticing street sides. Drinks, like the tumeric ginger tonic or the beet zing smoothie, compel a stop at the shop.

Call 734-544-9707 for the original Ypsilanti location,
and 734-335-3952 for the Canton restaurant.

Visit veg-o-rama.com.

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