Newbury Salad’s spicy quinoa crunch bowl is made with spicy quinoa, raw organic corn, red cabbage, spicy broccoli, carrots, grape tomatoes, avocado, spicy sunflower seeds, toasted pumpkin seeds, feta and a jalapeño lime cilantro dressing. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News)

Newbury Salads has reopened on Elmwood Avenue, once again offering meals focused on fresh, organic ingredients free of genetically modified crops.

The restaurant, 470 Elmwood Ave., is now smaller, but carries the same lineup of salads, quinoa bowls, smoothies and more, said owner Paul Tsouflidis.

The operation is takeout oriented, but there are still 15 seats for diners, and a separate smoothie bar to ease congestion, Tsouflidis said.

[Newbury's spicy quinoa crunch bowl starred in a collection of creative local salads]

Tsouflidis said he changed its name from Newbury Street Café to more clearly communicate its core business to customers, and potential investors. The change also applies to the other Newbury location, at EXPO, the downtown food hall at 617 Main St.

The first Newbury opened in May 2015.

Hours at the Elmwood store are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. They will expand in a few weeks, to 10:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Mon-Sat and Sun 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Tsouflidis said. Phone: 886-6466.

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