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Beacon vegan eatery Végétalien has closed

Végétalien, a popular Beacon-based vegan restaurant, has closed after six years in business.

Based at 504 Main St., the eatery announced on Facebook that Jan. 29 was its final day in business. The owners added they were in the process of selling their store equipment, shelving and fixtures.

“We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to everyone who supported our small business throughout the years,” said the management in their Facebook statement. “We know that there are many stores in the area to choose from and we are honored that you chose Vegetalien above the others. We appreciate all of our loyal customers who have helped our store thrive for the past years! Until we meet again!”

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