The Top Five Vegan Restaurants in NYC

If you enjoy eating at different restaurants in different parts of the country, yet you have dedicated yourself to following a vegan diet, you know how challenging it can sometimes be to find a restaurant that caters to individuals that prefer not to eat meat. Unfortunately, it seems like most restaurants only have the standard fare like the house salad when it comes to recipes that don’t involve meat. Obviously, this is something that can get old very quickly. This is especially true when you’re eating out. You want to have the same opportunities to experience something new that anyone else enjoys. The fact that you have chosen not to eat any meat shouldn’t preclude you from being able to do exactly that.

With that being said, you have to do a little more leg work than most people when it comes to finding restaurants where you can have these types of experiences without compromising your decision to eat a vegan diet. If you happen to be interested in restaurants around the New York City area, it’s important to know ahead of time which restaurants provide the best menus for vegans. The same can be said for a restaurant in virtually any other location as well. If you know ahead of time which ones are the best options, then you’re likely to have the best dining experience possible.

When you stop and think about it, it’s really not any different than someone that loves Mexican food or Italian who diligently searches out restaurants in an area where they’re traveling that serves those types of menus. In your case, it merely involves ensuring that you can find a restaurant that has as a decent amount of choices for people on a vegan diet. Below are five of the best options for you in the New York City area.

1. Tableside Italian Cook Shoppe

Tableside Italian Cook Shoppe

You might not think that an Italian restaurant would be a good option for vegans, but this is not just any Italian restaurant. Instead, this is a quaint little restaurant with aged brick walls that you’ll find on East 6th Street. Granted, it has plenty of menu options for people that have no problem consuming meat, but it also has some unique options for vegans with a definite Italian flair. It makes it one of the most interesting choices that you’re likely to come across, regardless of where your travels ultimately take you.

2. Punch Bar & Grill

Punch Bar & Grill

This is a cute little restaurant that offers some fascinating Asian cuisine. If you’re in the mood for a couple of relaxing drinks before your meal, there’s also a wine bar upstairs, allowing the restaurant to cater to your needs no matter what they might be. This is one of the best options in New York City for vegans and since it’s located on Broadway, it also makes it one of the most sought-after destinations in that area of the city.

3. Seasoned Vegan

Seasoned Vegan Harlem

When it comes to this restaurant, the name basically says it all. This is not one of those establishments that has a regular menu and a separate menu for vegans. Instead, the entire restaurant operates on the premises of finding delicious, flavorful dishes for vegans. Every ingredient is organic and prepared with great care. If you really want to find something that’s different, this is the place to go. It’s located on Nicholas Avenue and if you try it once, it will undoubtedly become one of your favorites.

4. Blossom Restaurant

Blossom Restaurant NYC

This is another restaurant that entirely bases its clientele on the vegan diet. It’s located in a charming historical building that has a great atmosphere on 9th Avenue. The restaurant provides a great intimate setting, making it a wonderful place for a date or a small get-together with friends. They also have a phenomenal wine selection, making it the near perfect choice no matter what you might be in the mood for.

5. Bodhi

This is probably one of the most unique choices in the whole city. The restaurant provides an entirely vegan menu, and all of it involves variations of certain Asian dishes that have been made popular in other parts of the world. Eating there provides a truly unique experience and the food is delicious.

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