This vegan fast food eatery provides quick, healthy and delicious plant-based food for someone on-the-go. They offer up delicious sandwiches, salads, smoothies (one of which Buzzfeed wrote an entire article), and baked goods. It’s perfect for that fast-paced New York lifestyle!
Blossom Restaurant Do you struggle finding plant-based options in fine-dining restaurants? Well, Blossom has you covered. Complete with a sophisticated atmosphere in the heart of Chelsea, Blossom serves a variety of dishes from burgers to pasta. When you go be sure to try the lemon cheesecake, we can assure you it’s 100% vegan and out of this world!
The Cinnamon Snail
This trendy and delicious vegan food truck resides at the hub of commuting in NYC right near Penn station. The Cinnamon Snail is all you could ever want from a food truck and more—ditch the dirty water dogs and grab yourself a sandwich or bowl packed with plant goodness! And choose from one of their 30 types of pastries for a snack later, too.
Two Boots Pizza
While this pizza joint isn’t 100% vegan, they have amazing options for that at every location. If you’re plant-based and frustrated that you can’t find that authentic New York slice—we’ve got you covered. Two Boots has two staple vegan pies every day, daily specials, and made-to-order pies if you’d like too. This fun and colorful pizza joint is a haven for pizza lovers of any kind!
Vegans and carnivores alike rave about by CHLOE! Vegan chef Chloe Cosarelli started this restaurant after being named Cupcake Wars champion with her stellar cupcakes. This joint serves a range of great vegan food (you must try the mac and “cheese” topped with mushroom “bacon”) and plenty of competition-winning sweet treats!
When you think of diner food what comes to mind? Greasy fries, milk shakes, pancakes…well, Champs has all of that, and more, and it’s completely vegan. If you’re looking for that classic diner menu with an insane range of options, Champs is here for you. As if Williamsburg wasn’t cool enough, Champs made it that much cooler.
Kajitsu is the place to go if genuine, delicious, and refined Japanese food is what you’re after. Based upon Shojin Cuisine, which originates from Zen Buddhism, Kajitsu serves not only great food, but an experience as well. High class and authentic, Kajitsu is the place to go if you’re looking for that perfect, plant-based Japanese bite.
This spot was built upon the heart and soul of all veganism—a compassion for cruelty free food and mindfulness. You can order unique plant-based bites, like chickpea fries and vegetable tamales or choose from a variety of delicious fresh juices and smoothies.
This Mexican inspired joint in Midtown has an array of classic Mexican dishes like tacos, enchiladas, and burritos. While the menu is not totally vegan, they offer a separate vegan menu! Blockheads even has a vegan sour cream, which, take it from us, is delicious with the butternut squash burrito. Yum!
Van Leeuwen Ice Cream Shop
We can guarantee that you’ve never had vegan ice cream like this before. Van Leeuwen’s eclectic selection of ice cream includes deliciously daring flavors like matcha green tea and salted caramel. Their vegan menu is so sweet and creamy that you won’t even miss the dairy, and some even prefer their flavors to the regular dairy ones!