The days of walking blocks at a time while looking for a vegetarian-friendly restaurant in New York are long gone today, vegetarian eateries are all over. Even better, it is possible to dine in style infancy vegetarian-friendly restaurants that not only serve delicious vegetarian dishes in a wide variety but also, a touch of class. Chefs and restaurateurs alike have seen the need for high-end restaurants that embrace vegetarianism and established cool places to cater for this need. These include:
So successful has the vegetarian restaurant been that it moved location and is now bigger and better. Serving delicious broccoli hot dogs, vegan tomato tart, vegetarian restaurant. Amanda Cohen makes her restaurant the go-to place for delicious meals in a calm, sprawling space decorated with a greenery mural, an open kitchen, and a full bar.
There is one thing about Angelica’s Kitchen. The tofu is to die for! Organic-oriented, the health food spot in NYC is a great choice if you are looking for healthy, organically made including tasty dishes such as the sesame-sauced Soba Sensation and dragon bowls which consist of rice, tofu, beans and steamed vegetables. Ordering the New School Tofu Sandwich besides the Dragon Bowl is a great way to experience Angelica Kitchen’s amazing menu first. Beware; you will keep going back for more!
With its casual dining atmosphere, great burgers especially the guac and portobellos burgers and great desserts, By Chloe is the place to go when you need a quick, delicious and filling meal. Besides their off the chain’s burgers, the restaurant also offers other amazing veggie dishes such as Brussels sprouts, kale and artichoke dips, pesto meatballs and almond parm dishes. Besides these plant-based dishes by Chloe Coscarelli, the restaurant also has a great selection of cold-pressed juice, a healthy option for vegetarians as well.
Restaurateur Ravi DeRossi established the vegetarians’ paradise which offers delicious meals such as meaty maitake mushrooms, mouthwatering peas and fingerling potatoes, multi-textured carrot harissa, tomato jam with almond ricotta and other meals. Avant Garden’s seasonal menu is aptly divided into three sections: toast, hot and cold. The wait staff is friendly and helpful and the wine selection amazing. Besides, the restaurant’s fancy mood is emphasized by its décor: it is painted in indulgent earthly shades and the counter is made of wood with no added trimmings or furnishings. Tree branches hang over the open kitchen lending a calming soothing quality to the restaurant’s overall look.