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Alchemy Cafe Serves Up Hot Brunch and Dinner in Grandview

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Alchemy, the health-centric café that’s called Parsons Avenue home for that last three and a half years, will open its second location in Grandview this weekend. The new spot is a deviation from what Alchemy fans might be used to, offering a full brunch menu as well as hot dinner items along with their classic fare.

The new 1,600 square foot space has a “Nordic-inspired” design co-conceptualized by Tim Lai Architect and features artwork from local artist Matt Massara. It’s big enough for Alchemy to have a full kitchen, run by Chef Tyler Minnis of The Market Italian Village. He’s created a plant-centric menu that’s meant to “give our culinary team an opportunity to push boundaries further,” said Abed Alshahal, a partner of A&R Creative Group, which owns Alchemy. “We wanted a place to showcase the future of plant-forward cuisine with the proper tools and kitchen to execute.”

On the weekends, Alchemy’s brunch menu features items like carrot cake waffles, turmeric bagels, and eggs benedict with beet hollandaise. For dinner, guests can opt for salmon tacos with charred pineapple, or an ancient grain power bowl. The all day café will also continue to offer its staple dishes, including smoothies, smoothie bowls, toast, sandwiches, salads, and juices.

“It’s been exciting to merge our original vision for Alchemy with Tyler’s elevated menu ideas and chef-driven techniques. Our collaboration has helped transform this Alchemy into the all-day café the Grandview area needs,” says partner Alexis Joseph.

Alchemy Grandview had a soft opening on Tuesday, May 1 and will celebrate a grand opening on Sunday, May 5. It’s located at 1439 Grandview Ave.

For more information, visit alchemyjuicecafe.com

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