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Gwyneth Paltrow to open cafe in New York City

A-lister has to leave popular restaurant early because table was already booked

 

Actress-turned-lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow has announced she will be opening another café in New York City this spring.

3 Green Hearts is slated to open in midtown Manhattan this March and it will be the second coffee shop for the Goop founder and cookbook author to open in the city. The first branch is already open at the Tracy Anderson Studio in Tribeca, according Eater.

Paltrow's second cafe will offer fresh-squeezed juices, takeout meals like gluten-free kale ravioli, fish tacos, and “healthy” frosting shots.  Unlike, the downtown eatery, the new location will be equipped with a full kitchen, ideal for making smoothies, “chopper power salads” and “raw green noodle heaven."

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The Tracy Anderson studios are for members-only, at a whopping $900 a month, but the café will be open to the public. The location also plans to offer weight loss and weight management meal plans-- plus it will offer local delivery throughout the city. 

The second cafe will be located in Tracy Anderson's new studio, formally an old movie theater, and features a selfie room where members and visitors can capture perfect Instagram worthy snaps with their healthy to-go meals.