65 2nd Ave., New York, NY 10003

(212) 777-1608

Vegan/gourmet pizza/organic. Plant-based pizza concept from Matthew Kenney, opened Feb 2016. Serves vegan cheeses and small plates, organic pizza prepared in a wood burning oven, ice cream and organic wine. The name refers to the high quality "00 flour" used in the pizza dough, which has a lower gluten content than most flours. The restaurant is located between 3rd and 4th Street, and is one of my favorite vegan restaurants in NYC. I always leave feeling comfortably full, not bloated and heavy from lots of oils and salt. My favorite pizza is the Tomato Basil with Cashew Mozzarella (pictured above).

Open daily for lunch and dinner
Full service
organic wine

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38 East 19th St., New York, NY 10003


Plant-based, non gmo, sustainable, artisanal, and organic whenever possible. Locally and globally sourced from small & family farms, abcV offers some of the best vegan food in NYC. Not too salty and oily, which I find is, all too often, a habit at plant-based restaurants. With a menu co-created by Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Paulette Cole, abcV is here to serve, inform and inspire a cultural shift towards plant-based intelligence through creativity and deliciousness. Offering high vibration foods, embracing balance with beauty, wellness, wisdom, and love to nurture our personal and planetary ecosystems. The half or whole roasted cauliflower, with turmeric-tahini and pistachios; and the beluga lentils with chili oil and black vinegar, yams, broccoli stems, cilantro are two of my favorite dishes.

Open daily for Lunch and Dinner. Saturday and Sunday Brunch
Full service
take-out, catering, wine/beer, fresh juices, smoothies, espresso/cappuccino, wine/cocktails

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Bar Verde

65 2ND. AVENUE. NY | NY. 10003

(212) 777-6965

Vegan. Bar Verde brings Matthew Kenney’s passion for plant-based cuisine to a new Mexican concept with influences from other Latin countries. Guests will be treated to an array of sharing plates, including variations on guacamoles, ceviches, chips and salsas, a full taco menu, and a large number of unique main course preparations paired with an extensive list of organic and sustainable tequila and mezcal cocktails in a warm casual environment, located in the heart of the East Village in NYC.

Open Mon-Thurs 3-11pm; Fri 3pm-1am; Sat 12pm-1am; Sun 12pm-11pm
Full service
cocktails, wine/beer

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Black Flamingo

168 Borinquen Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11211

(718) 387-3337

Vegan. In 2015 a Brooklyn-based group came together to establish, what was in their eyes, a missing component from the New York City nightlife scene. Fast-forward to today and you’ll find a space that is equal parts cocteleria, taqueria, and danceteria. 

Kitchen open Tues-Sun 12PM – 11PM
Full service
catering, fresh juices, smoothies, soymilk, espresso/cappuccino, wine/beer


Blossom on Columbus

507 Columbus Ave., New York, NY 10024

(212) 875-2600 

Vegan. Blossom prides itself as a pioneer in modern vegan cuisine, fusing classic dishes with innovative ingredients and a cruelty-free ethos. They focus on vegan reinterpretations of classic world cuisine, using only the finest and freshest ingredients, locally-sourced and organic whenever possible. Located between 84th and 85th Streets on the Upper West Side, this location features a large, open dining area, as well as a full bar and an upstairs dining area suitable for private events. They also have an outdoor dining area with live music on Tuesdays and Thursday evenings. I suggest the Vegetable Lasagna and a Curried Stuffed Sweet Potato which are both as comforting as they are delicious. 

Open for lunch and dinner Monday through Friday.       Open for brunch and dinner Saturday and Sunday.
Full service
vegan options

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The Butcher's Daughter

19 Kenmare St, New York, NY 10012      Tel: (212) 219-3434

581 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014     Tel: (917) 388-2132

Vegetarian/Vegan. The Butcher’s Daughter is a plant-based restaurant, cafe, juice bar and “vegetable slaughterhouse."  Fruits and vegetables are treated as a butcher would meat: They chop, fillet and carve fresh produce into healthy vegetarian dishes and press them into pretty juices. Their two Manhattan locations serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. The Butcher's Daughter takes pride in their daily-changing menu, which is 100% vegetarian, and mostly vegan and gluten-free. Substitutions for most dietary restrictions, can be made upon request.


Open daily 8AM-10PM
Full service
take-out, delivery, catering, fresh juices, smoothies, coffee, wine/beer/cocktails
VISA/MC, $$-$$$

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Candle 79

154 E. 79th St., New York, NY 10075

(212) 537-7179 

Vegan/organic/gourmet. Candle 79, from the same owners as Candle Café, offers a warm and fuzzy dining experience of vegan cuisine. Their passion is compassion and sustainability. They share that ethos with their guests through their vegan, organic, and seasonal cuisine. Each day they strive to minimize their carbon footprint, thus making our planet a cleaner, healthier environment to live and thrive in. Their goal is to bring guests, "food fresh from Farm to Table" so everything they serve is free of pesticides, chemicals, and hormones. Candle 79 is located at Lexington Avenue on the Upper East Side. I love the Grilled Flatbread as a starter and the Chocolate-Peanut Butter Bliss for dessert.

Open Monday through Friday for lunch and dinner. Open Saturday and Sunday for brunch and dinner
Full service
take-out, catering, fresh juices, smoothies, espresso/cappuccino, wine/beer/alcohol, non-alcoholic beer

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Dirt Candy

86 Allen St. New York, NY 10002

(212) 228-7732

Vegetarian/vegan/gluten free avail. Cutting edge vegetables with added flavor and no politics in this sleek and stylish restaurant showcasing colorful, pop-tastic dishes from award-winning chef, Amanda Cohen. Dirt Candy was the first vegetable-focused restaurant in the city and the leader of the vegetable-forward movement. It became the first vegetarian restaurant in 17 years to receive two stars from the New York Times, was recognized by the Michelin Guide five years in a row, and was the first restaurant in the city to eliminate tipping and share profits with its employees. A full bar, counter seating, a wine list curated by sommelier Lauren Friel, and vegetables in all their earth-shattering, gob-smacking glory. Dirt Candy offers an a la carte menu at the bar and at brunch. Diners coming for dinner will have a choice of The Vegetable Patch ($57, tip included) featuring five courses of Dirt Candy’s greatest hits, or they can take a trip to The Vegetable Garden ($83, tip included) which is at least nine courses and changes according to the season, what we’re experimenting with, and what our foragers and farmers bring to our door.

Open for dinner at 5:30pm, Tuesday though Saturday (closed Sundays and Mondays). Last tables seated at 11pm. Open for brunch from 11am - 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
Full service
VISA/MC/AMEX, $$-$$$

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Divya's Kitchen

1613 2nd Ave., New York, NY 10028

(212) 988-0090 

Vegetarian/Vegan/Ayurvedic. Divya’s Kitchen believes that food can heal, and is devoted to serving delicious food that your body and mind say YES to. Their fresh, balanced meals are prepared with love, deeply rooted in the authentic tradition of Shaka Vansiya Ayurveda. Ayurveda (the ancient medical science of India) teaches us how to maintain balance on all levels and how food can restore our innate ability for healing and wellness. EAT WHOLESOME. FEEL AT HOME. Divya’s Kitchen provides Ayurvedic cuisine that meets us where we are today. I recommend the Curry Bowl with Lentils for lunch and the Vegan Carrot Risotto for dinner.

Open Tuesday-Thursday for lunch and dinner.
Brunch Saturday & Sunday 11:30 - 3:00pm
Full service
vegan options
take-out, delivery, catering, special beverages

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12 E. 32nd St., New York, NY 10016

(212) 213-0077 

Vegan/Korean. This upscale vegan restaurant serves traditional Korean dishes in a serene setting, with ancient decor and traditional folk music. Shoes must be removed at the door. There is a fixed price menu that comes with starters, appetizers, entrée, and dessert. An á la carte menu is also available with several other options, including salads, soups, rice and noodle dishes, stews, and much more. I recommend the Organic Wild Mountain Roots and Greens for dinner. If you visit HanGawi for your birthday, you can be dressed in traditional Korean attire for your meals to celebrate and be photographed by the staff to remember the special occasion.

Open daily for lunch and dinner
Full service

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125 E. 39th St., New York, NY 10016

(212) 228-4873 

Vegan/Japanese. Kajitsu serves Shojin cuisine, an ancient Japanese cuisine developed in Zen Buddhist monasteries, that focuses on fresh ingredients and artistic presentation. Following the Buddhist principle of not taking life, no animal products are used. The menu changes monthly according to what is in season. Diners can choose between two prix-fixe menus -- four or eight courses. The meals are served on handmade ceramic dishes, some of which are antiques. You will find Kajitsu between 1st Avenue and Avenue A in the East Village. Reservations are recommended.

Open Tuesday through Sunday for dinner. Closed Monday
Full service
catering, beer/wine

Modern Love

317 Union Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211

(929) 298-0626 

Vegan. Modern Love offers elegant plates of vegan comfort food. Served in a charming cafe with modern-meets-retro decor, this new Williamsburg vegan spot is becoming a local favorite. I recommend the Hen Of The Woods Piccata with whipped potatoes, gigantic lima beans, escarole, and lemon wine caper sauce. 

Open Wed-Sun for dinner. Brunch at 10:00am - 3:00pm only Sunday
Full service
take-out, delivery with Caviar only, espresso/cappuccino, beer/wine, cocktails
VISA/MC/AMEX, $$-$$$

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72 University Pl, New York, NY 10003

(212) 498-9393

VegetarianVegan. Nix is a new restaurant from Michelin-starred chef John Fraser, drawing on his personal passion for cooking with vegetables. With the belief that eating vegetarian or vegan should feel more celebration than sacrifice, Nix features dishes that are seasonal, shareable and highly flavorful. Innovative cocktails, house-made sodas and an affordable, adventurous wine list complete the menu, all served in a lively Greenwich Village atmosphere. I recommend the Tandoor bread with House Hummus and the Warm Avocado, Lentil French Curry.

Open for dinner, lunch and weekend brunch.
Full service
vegan options
House-made Sodas, wine, cocktails, cider
VISA/MC/AMEX, $$-$$$

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210 6th Ave., New York, NY 10014

(212) 807-7421

Macrobiotic/organic. Sample Souen's various seitan, tofu, and tempeh entrées. Appetizers, soups, salads, tempura, and noodle dishes with the option of udon or soba noodles are also offered. Please note that fish is served here.

Open daily for lunch and dinner
Full service
vegan options
take-out, delivery, fresh juices, soymilk, espresso/cappuccino, special beverages, beer/wine
VISA/MC, $$-$$$

Sun In Bloom

165 Church St., New York, NY 10007      Tel: (212) 791-6700 

460 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY 11217      Tel: (718) 622-4303

Vegan/organic/raw foods/juice bar. Although there are a few tables, Sun In Bloom in TriBeCa is mostly a take-out eatery. Enjoy an all-vegan menu of organic and raw foods prepared fresh daily in their kosher kitchen. In addition to sandwiches, salads, and wraps, they also feature a hot bar for take-out as well.

Open Monday through Friday for three meals. Open Saturday and Sunday for breakfast, lunch, and early dinner
Counter service
take-out, fresh juices
VISA/MC, $-$$


Ancolie (vegan options)


58 W 8th St. New York, NY 10011

(646) 524-5929

Vegan options. ***Serves meat as well** Ancolie is a 4 Star Certified Green Restaurant® and curates the perfect balance between indulgent eats and healthy meals. You don’t have to think too hard, because everything there is good for you (especially the plant-based options, if you ask me). When you eat at Ancolie, you contribute to a responsible ecosystem, because their meals are served in glass jars and not plastic. They ask you to carry on this mission daily by reusing their glass jars and being mindful of your consumption of disposable cups, utensils, and bags.  Although this restaurant isn't exclusively plant-based, each menu item has the option to be made vegan. My favorites are the Coconut Chia Pudding for breakfast and the Vegan Grain Jar (ask for it with cauliflower instead of chicken) for lunch.

Open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
take away, catering, delivery (by caviar and postmates only), Coperaco coffees, and In Pursuit of Tea teas
VISA/MC, $-$$

Beyond Sushi

229 E. 14th St., New York, NY 10003

(646) 861-2889 

Chelsea Market, 75 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10011

(212) 929-2889 

62nd West 56th St., New York, NY 10019

(646) 964-1117 

Vegetarian/sushi. Beyond Sushi serves a unique alternative to traditional sushi. With fruits and vegetables, including kiwi, mango, carrots, and snap peas, everything is vegetarian. The sushi is wrapped in black Chinese forbidden rice and six grain rice. Beyond Sushi offers a variety of vegan rolls and many of the rolls served are gluten-free as well. Each roll comes with a customized tofu and veggie sauce, including jalapeno-wasabi, carrot-ginger, and mango-chili.

Open daily for lunch and dinner
Counter service
vegan options
take-out, delivery, catering

Blossom Du Jour

259 W. 23rd St., New York, NY 10011     Tel: (212) 229-2595 

617 9th Ave., New York, NY 10036      Tel: (646) 998-3535

449 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY 10024     Tel:(212) 712-9822 

Vegan/organic/kosher. Enjoy Blossom Du Jour's "shrewd fast food"-- cruelty-free, environmentally-conscious meals prepared quickly and efficiently. Gluten-free options are available. Savor Grandma's Vegetable Pot Pie (edamame, carrots, and zucchini) or Spaghetti and Soy Meatballs, followed by a Massivo Choco Chip Cookie or a slice of Chocolate Mousse Pie. Blossom Du Jour on 23rd is located between 7th & 8th Avenues in Chelsea. The location on 9th is between 43rd & 44th Streets in Midtown West. The location on Amsterdam is between 67th & 68th Streets on the Upper West Side and is open for take-out only.

Open Monday through Friday for three meals. Open Saturday and Sunday for lunch and dinner
Limited service
take-out, delivery, catering, fresh juices, smoothies, soymilk, special beverages

Bombay Sandwich Co.

48 W. 27th St., New York, NY 10001

(646) 781-9756 

Vegetarian/Indian. Indian-influenced vegetarian café. Some of the sandwiches served are the Chana Masala, the Veggie Mashup, and the Smorgasburg Sweet Potato. Wraps include the Organic Quinoa and the Kale and Sweet Potato Wrap. They also serve bowls including French Lentils. Vegan items are clearly indicated on the menu. Located between Broadway and Sixth Ave.

Closed Sunday. Open Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner.
Counter service

Candle Café

1307 3rd Ave., New York, NY 10021

(212) 472-0970 

2427 Broadway, New York, NY 10024

(212) 769-8900 

Vegan/organic/natural foods. "Vegetarianism is taken to a whole new level" at this all-vegan restaurant. Candle Café, sister restaurant to Candle 79, serves unique dishes like a Grilled Rosemary Tempeh Sandwich and a Grilled Tempeh Portabello Burger, as well as a rotating selection of entrées, such as Seitan Toastadas, Lentil Croquettes, and Hijiki Caviar. Candle Café on 3rd is located between 74th and 75th Streets on the Upper East Side. Candle Café on Broadway is located between 89th and 90th Streets on the Upper West Side. Reservations are accepted.

Open daily for lunch and dinner
Full service
take-out, delivery, catering, fresh juices, smoothies, espresso/cappuccino, wine/beer

Champs Diner

197 Meserole St., Brooklyn, NY 11206

(718) 599-2743 

Vegan. Champs Diner offers indulgent, meat-free versions of foods you would find at any other All-American diner. From comfort, junk-food bar snacks like buffalo fries and pizza tots, to heaping breakfast plates (think birthday cake pancakes), to Philly cheesesteaks, burgers and hot dogs. Not a health spot for vegans, but delicious when you're in the mood for something savory.

Open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
full service
take-out, catering, fresh juices, smoothies, milkshakes, coffee, teas, sodas, baked goods

Cocoron Soba (vegan options)

37 Kenmare St., New York, NY 10012

(212) 966-0800

Vegan options. ***Serves meat as well**  Cocoron specializes in Japanese soba. They aim to create and serve dishes that are both hearty and healthy. Serving unique soba noodles with nutrients made of buckwheat and unique appetizers blended with Japanese taste, Cocoron's soba noodle soups, dips, and curries are delicious and wholesome. They are passionate about feeding their customers hearty, nourishing meals made from whole ingredients that can have a positive impact on their overall mind, body and health. Although this restaurant isn't exclusively plant-based, their extensive vegan menu make it easy to dine here, which isn't the usual case at most Japanese restaurants. My favorite is the Vegan Warm Sansai Soba made with a kombu kelp and soy sauce based broth.

Open daily for lunch and dinner
full service
teas, sodas, beer

Jivamuktea Café

841 Broadway, 2nd Fl., New York, NY 10003

(212) 353-0214 

Vegan/organic/café. Jivamuktea Café is located inside Jivamukti Yoga School. They are a deli-style café serving soups, salads, sandwiches, and a few other vegan specialties. They bake vegan desserts daily and have a large coffee, tea, and juice menu.

Open daily for lunch and dinner
Limited service
take-out, fresh juices, smoothies, soymilk, espresso/cappuccino, special beverages

Orchard Grocer

78 Orchard St., New York, NY 10002

(646) 757-9910

Vegans who may feel left out of New York City’s ever-popular deli scene need just a visit to this vegan appetizing shop to load up on old school delicacies, veganified. Lox made out of thinly ribboned carrots, cream cheese made from nuts and a knockout Reuben sandwich starring seiten and aquafaba Thousand Island may just make veganism the newest New York classic.

Organic Grill

123 1st Ave., New York, NY 10003

(212) 477-7177 

Vegetarian/organic. The Organic Grill (between 7th Street & St. Marks Place) boasts that "99.9% of our foods are prepared using clean, sustainably raised materials." For a tasty treat, try the BBQ Seitan Sandwich, Eggplant Caponata with Herb Crostini, or the Vegan Wheat-Free Waffles. All cheese dishes can be made with vegan cheese. Orders and reservations can be placed from The Organic Grill's website.

Open daily for lunch and dinner
Full service
vegan options
take-out, delivery, catering, fresh juices, smoothies, espresso/cappuccino, soymilk, beer/wine

Peacefood Café

460 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY 10024

(212) 362-2266 

41 E. 11th St., New York, NY 10003

(212) 979-2288 

Vegan/natural foods/bakery. Peacefood Café's menu includes panini, pizza, vegetable tempura, chickpea fries, strawberry shortcake, and raw key lime pie. Locally-grown ingredients are used whenever possible. Desserts are baked in their own kitchen with no dairy, egg, or refined sugar. Peacefood on Amsterdam is located uptown at 82nd Street while the café on East 11th is located downtown at University Place.

Open daily for lunch and dinner
Full service
take-out, delivery, catering, fresh juices, smoothies, soymilk, espresso/cappuccino, non-alcoholic beer, special beverages

Quintessense Restaurant

263 E. 10th St., New York, NY 10009

(646) 654-1823 

Vegetarian. This internationally-flavored restaurant between 1st Ave. and Ave. A uses only organic ingredients to prepare their dishes. All meals are based on living foods philosophies. Options include dips, salads, soup, pasta, nori rolls, and desserts. The only thing that keeps Quintessense from being completely vegan is the use of honey in some dishes.

Open Tuesday through Sunday for dinner only. Closed Monday
Full service
vegan options
fresh juices, catering

Sacred Chow

227 Sullivan St., New York, NY 10012

(212) 337-0863 

Vegan/organic/kosher. Yes, this is the former veggie deli that was in Greenwich Village. Now it is completely vegan and offers sit-down meals. Their specialty is vegan tapas and they offer delicious soups of the day. Definitely leave room for desserts like their gluten-free velvet brownies. Please stop by "to fuel your mind & body."

Open Monday through Friday for lunch and dinner. Open Saturday and Sunday for brunch and dinner
Full service
take-out, delivery, catering, fresh juices, soymilk, smoothies, espresso/cappuccino, beer/wine


60 W. 23rd St., New York, NY 10010

(212) 647-8810 

100 Maiden Ln., New York, NY 10038

(212) 742-7901 

Vegan/organic/kosher. Terri is a 100% vegan establishment. They offer unique sandwiches such as the 'Thanksgiving' (Tofurky, cranberry sauce, vegan mayo, celery & crushed walnuts), 'Skinny Elvis' (peanut butter & carmelized bananas), or 'Fat Elvis' (with soy bacon). The restaurant on 23rd is located between 5th & 6th Avenues in Chelsea; the eatery on Maiden Lane is in the Financial District with its entrance on Pearl Street.

Open daily for three meals
Limited service
take-out, delivery, catering, smoothies, fresh juices, soymilk

The Cinnamon Snail

7th Ave & West 33rd Street, New York, NY 10005

(212) 695-7454

Vegan/organic/food truck. The Cinnamon Snail is a vegan food truck that serves mostly organic food, prepared without processed or artificial ingredients. They offer gluten-free, macrobiotic, and raw food options. Try the Creole Grilled Tofu Sub, Korean Barbeque Seitan, or Maple Mustard Tempeh Sandwich. The menu changes with the seasons and their whims; weekly specials are offered. They also offer a selection of vegan desserts and pastries (baked fresh daily) including Cinnamon Buns (after which the truck is named). All packaging is 100% biodegradable and compostable. In addition to offering delicious vegan food, The Cinnamon Snail also serves to educate the public about sustainable and local agriculture, animal welfare and non-violence. The truck does not operate in very bad weather or when on catering jobs. For locations and times, follow them on Twitter or Facebook. They also run Certified Orgasmic, a vegan and organic full-service caterer. Cash only.

Open Thursday for lunch and dinner. Open Friday through Tuesday for breakfast and lunch. Closed Wednesday

Seasoned Vegan

55 St. Nicholas Ave., New York, NY 10026

(917) 232-3446 

Vegan/soul food. Seasoned Vegan is a restaurant run by a mother and son duo. They specialize in gourmet vegan soul food. The menu features southern, Caribbean, Moroccan, and Asian comfort foods, with specials such as "Crawfish" in basil sauce, Mango "Beef" and "Chicken" in ginger sauce. They also offer delicious cakes, such as spicy chocolate or beet flavored, many vegan sandwiches, kale or mushroom salads, and much more. Seasoned Vegan is located near Columbia University at the corner of W. 113th Street in Harlem. Reservations are accepted.

Open daily for lunch and dinner
Full service
take-out, delivery, catering, smoothies


Juice Generation

170 2nd Ave., New York, NY 10012

(212) 358-0300 

Vegan/juice bar. Besides a huge selection of fresh juices, like organic carrot or cantaloupe, the menu offers a vegetarian sandwich menu with items like Chickenless Chicken, Hummus, and Nori Rolls. Liquiteria is located at 11th Street.

Open daily for three meals
Full service
take-out, fresh juices, smoothies

Juice Press

60+ locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn (visit here for location list)

(212) 777-0034 

Vegan/juice bar. Juice Press is on a mission to create the most trusted nutrition and wellness brand on the planet. Founded in 2010 with the vision of bringing a healthier, more transparent lifestyle platform to the market, they offer an expansive USDA organic product line as well as a variety of lifestyle resources.  In seven short years, Juice Press has opened more than 70+ retail stores and is now recognized as THE premiere organic “grab and go” health food provider.  Juice Press produces an unparalleled selection of organic, plant-based products and combines them with a short shelf-life to deliver customers a variety of fresh, nutrient dense products.

Open daily 8:00am - 10:00pm
take-out only, fresh juices, smoothies, coffee, tea, supplements, desserts, dry goods


170 2nd Ave., New York, NY 10012

(212) 358-0300 

Vegetarian/juice bar. Besides a huge selection of fresh juices, like organic carrot or cantaloupe, the menu offers a vegetarian sandwich menu with items like Chickenless Chicken, Hummus, and Nori Rolls. Liquiteria is located at 11th Street.

Open daily for three meals
Full service
vegan options
take-out, fresh juices, smoothies

The Squeeze

550 West 54 St., New York, NY 10019

(917) 749-7074 

Vegan/raw foods/café/juice bar.  Produced in New York.


BabyCakes NYC

248 Broome St., New York, NY 10002

(212) 677-5047 

Vegan/bakery/kosher. BabyCakes NYC is a specialty vegan bakery that serves mostly organic and gluten-free sweets including cupcakes, cookies, muffins, cinnamon buns, brownies, and cakes. Refined sugar is never used; most items are sweetened with agave syrup. Among the tempting treats are Vanilla Macaroons, Blueberry Crumb Cake, Chocolate Chip Cookie Sandwiches, Pumpkin Spice Loaf, and Red Velvet Cupcakes. Besides local delivery by messenger, many items can be ordered for shipment in the United States. BabyCakes is located on the Lower East Side between Orchard and Ludlow.

Open daily
Counter service
take-out, delivery, catering, soymilk

Blossom Bakery

174A 9th Ave., New York, NY 10011

(212) 242-3339 

Vegan/bakery/organic/kosher. Blossom Bakery is an all-vegan and kosher-certified bakery featuring organic ingredients. Choose from French pastries, cupcakes, cookies, brownies, cakes, and pies. The bakery is part of the Blossom family of vegan restaurants in New York City. It's located between 20th & 21st Streets in Chelsea, across the street from Blossom Restaurant and adjacent to Blossom Du Jour.

Open daily
Limited service
take-out, delivery. catering, espresso/cappuccino, special beverages
VISA/MC, $-$$$

Vegan Divas

1437 1st Ave., New York, NY 10021

(212) 734-0845 

Vegan/bakery/organic/kosher. Vegan Divas offers baked goods of all kinds, from doughnuts and cookies to pastries and cakes. A favorite among vegan divas everywhere is the Vanilla Bean Cheesecake with Raspberry Jam! This kosher bakery also features vegan soft serve ice cream made with an organic tofu base. Their treats can also be found in over 24 different locations throughout New York or online where you can have them shipped and gift-wrapped for you! Vegan Divas is located between 74th and 75th Streets on the Upper East Side.

Open daily
Counter service
take-out, catering