THE BEST VEGAN EATERIES IN NYC

by | August 15, 2018

Planning a trip to the big apple soon? You’ll want to include these five vegan eateries in NYC on your red bus stop off tour.
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Dun-Well Doughnuts

Living in Brooklyn, it takes sheer willpower and brute force sometimes to not go to this bakery every day. I hate exercise and there just wouldn’t be any other way to run off that many donuts. 

Dun-Well – 222 Montrose Ave
Brooklyn, NY 10221

But Christopher and Dan’s journey began long before ruminations of doughnuts. They met while in College in Ithaca New York, where they developed a passion for vegan cooking, and where ultimately the seed to create a compassionate business was planted and they planned their vegan eateries. The two have traveled across the country by bicycle twice and toured around the world to raise money for affordable housing. Their bond has been formed both through friendship and survival.

Champs Diner – 197 Meserole Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206 

The mother of all vegan diners, this place has lines out the door, around the block and down the subway stairs. Their cheeseburger with bacon is quite out of this world. If you’re ever stopping anywhere, it has to be Champs. 

Blossom Refined Vegan Dining – 507 Columbus Avenue New York, NY 10024

Blossom is a vegan restaurant group in New York City that was established to creatively bring vegan dining to a fresh, new and delicious level. Starting in 2005 with our historic flagship location in Chelsea, to today in two Manhattan neighborhoods, we bring animal-caring, health-conscious cuisine to food lovers everywhere.

Red Bamboo – 140 West 4th Street NY NY 

The food in this vegan eateries looks like it has been prepared for a culinary magazine. While in New York City add Red Bamboo as a culinary experience. It will be a good place to take a date to or get together with some friends. You will not be disappointed.

Do you have any favorite vegan eateries in your city? Let us know in the comments.

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