Dunedin Vegan Deli set to expand with fifth location in Pinellas Park this fall

Two more locations are set for east Orlando and Winter Garden.

click to enlarge Park Blvd. Vegan Deli is opening at 5900 Park Blvd. in Pinellas Park. - @PARKBLVDVEGANDELI/INSTAGRAM
Park Blvd. Vegan Deli is opening at 5900 Park Blvd. in Pinellas Park.

Park Blvd. Vegan Deli has been teasing its opening since February and it just announced a 90-day countdown to opening at 5900 Park Blvd. in Pinellas Park.

Pinellas Park is becoming home to Tampa Bay’s fifth Vegan Deli location, with others in Dunedin, Ybor and Brandon. The chain also announced two more locations set for east Orlando and Winter Garden.

While an official menu isn’t set, the concept has teased vegan sausage biscuits and gravy on its Instagram, along with a philly cheesesteak. The concept also creates packaged eats like fig snausages and location exclusives like Ybor’s mac & cheese pizza, so you can expect some exclusives in Pinellas Park oon.

Keep up with the latest on the newest location by following @parkblvdvegandeli on Instagram.

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