Bluhouse Market and Cafe has officially branched out to the Maplewood area with its second location, featuring an expanded kitchen.
Bluhouse Eatery co-owners Jennifer McCarthy and Jennifer Tassart (pictured with an Aloha crepe) say customers can expect the same vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free menu that they know from Deep Cove plus treats from Bon Ami Bakery, which previously occupied the space.
The eatery’s specialties are crepes, smoothies, bowls, fresh-made juices, wraps, salads and homemade soups – all organic and made from scratch. There’s also a mini-market section inside offering organic superfoods, eco-friendly lunch containers and gifts as well as unique products from local businesses such as Amai Vegan Treats, HooRaw, Culture Craft Kombucha, Spread’em dips, Biota fermented foods, Le Meadows Pantry and Moja coffee.
Bluhouse Eatery is open Monday to Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 101 -173 Forester St., bluhousecafe.com.
photo Mike Wakefield, Deep Cove Crier