Gwyneth Paltrow's New Restaurant Is the Most Gwyneth Paltrow Thing Ever

3 Green Hearts is here to address your goopiest mushroom-laced superfood coffee needs
Gwyneth Paltrow Is Opening a Restaurant
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Cookbook author, goop founder and Oscar winner (yes, we were shocked, too) Gwyneth Paltrow is back with her most Gwyneth Paltrow move ever: the 3 Green Hearts restaurant.

Paltrow is expanding the organic café, which already has a small, newly opened location in Tribeca, with business partners Tracy Anderson, a personal trainer, and Maria Baum, the CEO of Anderson's company. The new location will open within the Tracy Anderson Studio on Manhattan's East 59th Street with a full kitchen and offer healthy meals like smoothies, salads and raw noodles to the public, Eater reports.


#detoxasiansalad today at goop HQ... to cleanse or not to cleanse.

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If 3 Green Hearts' current Tribeca spot is any indication, the new location will undoubtedly be pricey, over the top and incredibly goopy. The current café opened with a limited menu, with the only real food being bananas, apples, nuts and protein bars, plus an abundance of strange and expensive "superfood coffee" drinks, like a mushroom blend that costs $9.75, according to this photo Eater shared.

The restaurant is also rumored to house a dedicated selfie room "for members and visitors to capture their pre/post-workout photos," Eater says. (If you're now thinking you'd rather drink a full gallon of mushroom superfood blend coffee than share a selfie of yourself after a workout, you're not alone.)

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Luckily, if you're looking to get your fix of kale salads and "healthy frosting shots" while watching Shallow Hal in the comfort of your own home, Paltrow and partners are planning to begin a delivery service in NYC in a few months.


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