8 Venues to Eat Delicious Vegan Food in New York

Friday, June 23, 2017

Bring on your vegan pride! After covering the best that Los Angeles has to offer, here is a shortlist of New York's favorite vegan hotspots.

Dirt Candy
East Village
Dirt Candy is the first vegetable focused restaurant in New York by chef Amanda Cohen. The dishes embrace one ingredient and highlight it with exquisite flavors and gorgeous plating. Plus, the restaurant means vegetables - candy from the dirt, get it?



Kajitsu
Murray Hill
A Michelin star vegan is a rare find, and Kajitsu means 'fine day' or 'day of celebration' in Japanese. The Shojin cuisine (a Zen Buddhism vegetarian form of cooking) brings forward a tasting menu of beautiful and flavorful dishes for a special night out.



Avant Garden
East Village
Making vegan stylish is Avant Garden by Chef Andrew D'Ambrosi who serves pine nut ricotta and potato cannelloni, making this a meat-free but hearty collection of dishes. From the owners of Mother of Pearl and Death + Co, this is one fun and finely put together outing.



by Chloe
West Village, Soho, Flatiron, Williamsburg
With beet ketchup and mushroom Caesar salad, by Chloe is a cute, neon-lit and funkily decorated lunch spot that brings vegan cuisine to a healthy and nutritious snack level. With tasty meals and pops of color in the plating and decor, this is the city's favorite!



Blossom
Chelsea, Upper West Side
Fresh, organic and vegan ingredients in a high end setting for New York's haute. The Chelsea spot is a cozier one, while the Columbus circle one has open air dual floors for a vibrant vibe.



Beyond Sushi
Midtown, Union Square, Chelsea
Vegan sushi you said? A 100% vegan eatery by Chef Guy Vaknin and his wife Tali offers a tasty and flavorful variety of locally sourced ingredients transformed into decadent sushi.


Candle 79
Upper East Side
The higher end version of the Candle Cafes, this offers decadent and gorgeous food in a refined setting, giving hearty tastes and flavors with fresh ingredients and an array of global chefs.



Double Zero
East Village
By acclaimed chef Matthew McKenney, the tree nut cheeses and custom wood fire ovens make a nationwide favorite a thrilling, tasty and indulgent experience, especially when paired with organic wines.



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