This Peruvian Creole restaurant serves only organic, gluten free, plant-based dishes. Their Jambalaya is a must. Find more info here.
This place is a popular spot for vegetarians who brunch, with zucchini pancakes and radish goat cheese omelets on the menu. But their Brussels sprout tacos are particularly popular. Find more info here.
This warm location comes with a pop of color and a variety of tasty options. Customers can build their own plant-based bowls with a starch base, sauce topping, and choice of garnish, all botanical and organic. Find more info here.
This eatery at the East Village Standard is named after a dairy cow in the Hudson Valley. They specialize in traditional meat dishes, served with vegetable substitutions, such as carrots Wellington. Find more info here.
Recently reopened with Moby as an investor, the new location blends warmth and style. The updated menu is also appealing, with vegan tapas and cocktails infused with vegetarian juices and garnishes. Find more info here.
This popular Philly eatery is located in Chelsea Market. They're known for their five rotating hummus variations, as well as their pita sandwiches. Find more info here.
This establishment utilizes all local ingredients, all plant-based and 95% organic. Their double chocolate walnut cookie is to die for. Find more info here.
Chloe Coscarelli's West Village eatery draws a stylish young crowd of locals and tourists alike. Their menu of American fare is irresistible, with pastas, burgers, and salad options. Find more info here.
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Angel Moreno's Spanish roots are present in this East Village eatery, as well as a dedication to green design. But it's the menu that will keep you coming back, with beet ravioli, seitan burritos, and brownie sundaes. Find more info here.
Ravi DeRossi's inaugural vegan eatery features both hot and cold menu items. There's a particularly delicious toast section of the menu, including fennel hummus with olives and orange. Find more info here.