Fall Out Boy vegan musician Andy Hurley has opened a fully plant-based café in Portland.
The drummer announced he opened the doors to Oracle Coffee Company in the South Waterfront neighborhood of Portland.
The coffee shop will be serving coffee 'from roasters all around the country', as well as vegan pastries.
The new café will be using plant-based milks from Oatly, Califia Farms, and Pacific for its coffee beverages.
Among pastries, the coffee shop will have Pennsylvania Dutch-style bakery goods on offer from local Shoofly Vegan Bakery.
Hurley is also a member of new band Sect, which is comprised of all plant-based eaters.
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