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9 Places to Find Vegan Nachos in NYC

One of the most amazing features of New York City is its ability to bring together people and food from all over the world, and Latin American cuisine is no exception. In the past few years, NYC’s vegan food scene has blossomed with new plant-based options and alternatives to some of our favorite Latino classics. Whether you’re looking for an all-out fiesta or just a delicious appetizer, there is a nacho spot for you! In queso emergencies, use this helpful guide to help you find the perfect place for you and your friends.

Debbie Morales
Food & Drink New York
See the article matthew kenney opens vegan rooftop restaurant in nyc

Matthew Kenney Opens Vegan Rooftop Restaurant in NYC

In partnership with wellness lifestyle and leading activewear brand Alo Yoga, Matthew Kenney Cuisine is set to open SUTRA, a plant-based restaurant emphasizing innovative raw cuisine on the top floor of Alo’s Sanctuary in the Flatiron District of NYC. SUTRA will serve elegant dishes in a minimalistic yet chic environment. Diners can enjoy dishes like Omega 3 Beet Poke (wakame, macadamia, spinach, crispy rice, and edamame), Pineapple Adobo Tacos (avocado, cabbage, and cilantro crema), Carrot + Zucchini Pasta (sundried tomato marinara, pistachio pesto, and ricotta), and a Cheese Plate with fermented vegetables, fruits, and seedy crackers.

Kayla Pasko
News New York
See the article 10 spots for vegan tacos in nyc

10 Spots for Vegan Tacos in NYC

If you’re in the NYC area, you know there’s no shortage of delicious vegan taco options. From chick’n to chorizo, we’ve located some of the best plant-based tacos in the city. Here are 10 spots where you can get vegan tacos in NYC.

Kayla Pasko
Food & Drink New York
See the article new vegan filipino restaurant opens in the east village

New Vegan Filipino Restaurant Opens in the East Village

Saramsam—the latest venture from restaurateur Ravi DeRossi, the mind behind popular NYC restaurants Mother of Pearl and Avant Garden—has opened in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan. The new eatery serves Filipino dishes such as Lumpia, a crunchy spring roll stuffed with faux meat and paired with a side of iloko (fermented cane vinegar) for dipping, Tokwa (silken crispy tofu and brussel sprouts), Kamatis Bagoong (heirloom tomatoes, fermented fruit, and black beans), and more. The menu was developed by Chef Rajah Abat, who wanted to create an experience for diners that would emulate the warm hospitality, nostalgic ingredients, and the informal, communal style dining of the Philippines.

Kayla Pasko
News New York
See the article modern love brooklyn team launches vegan cookzine

Modern Love Brooklyn Team Launches Vegan Cookzine

The Brooklyn eatery Modern Love is launching a vegan cookzine to bring you tasty recipes and more!

Kayla Pasko
News New York
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Orchard Grocer Reopens Deli Counter Service

Orchard Grocer has reopened their deli counter for takeaway with new additions to the menu!

Kayla Pasko
News New York
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Adelina’s is Permanently Closing This Month

Our beloved vegan pizza spot may be closing at the end of the week, but you can join them on August 23 for a special event to benefit Farm Sanctuary!

Kayla Pasko
News New York

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See the article nyc’s vegan lekka burger now delivers nationwide

NYC’s Vegan Lekka Burger Now Delivers Nationwide

Whether you live in the Midwest or all the way on the West Coast, you can now get NYC’s Lekka Burger delivered straight to your door!

Kayla Pasko
News New York
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Blossom Opens New Location in NYC’s Greenwich Village

Can’t get enough of Blossom’s unique and flavorful bites? Good news, the restaurant has expanded yet again!

Kayla Pasko
News New York
See the article 7 black vegan chefs changing the food scene in nyc

7 Black Vegan Chefs Changing the Food Scene in NYC

Wondering who’s behind the magic at some of your favorite Black-owned restaurants and dessert shops in NYC? While we normally spotlight the restaurants, we think the chefs who create our favorite plant-based dishes should also be celebrated, which is why we’ve highlighted seven Black vegan chefs whose food we love. And after reading their stories, you’ll want to try their tasty creations, too!

Kayla Pasko
Food & Drink New York
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Matthew Kenney Opens Vegan Pasta Bar in NYC’s East Village

Matthew Kenney Cuisine, a plant-based lifestyle brand founded by celebrity chef, author, and wellness entrepreneur Matthew Kenney, will open SESTINA, a pasta and wine bar, at 67 2nd Ave on August 14. The space, formerly occupied by Kenney’s Plant Food and Wine, is a new concept that embodies the spirit of the neighborhood and a sustainable wine program.

Mohini Patel Mohini Patel
News New York

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See the article new vegan-friendly bodega opens in brooklyn

New Vegan-Friendly Bodega Opens in Brooklyn

Need a new spot to get your vegan bacon, egg, and cheese fix? This vegan-friendly bodega has you covered!

Kayla Pasko
News New York
See the article gregorys coffee adds new vegan breakfast sandwich to their menu

Gregorys Coffee Adds New Vegan Breakfast Sandwich to Their Menu

Your morning routine just got a whole lot tastier, because NYC-based chain Gregorys Coffee has added a new vegan breakfast sandwich to the menu!

Kayla Pasko
News New York
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Where to Get Vegan Ink for National Tattoo Day in NYC

Have you considered getting some vegan and cruelty-free ink? Now is the perfect time! From the inks down to the soaps and creams used in the tattooing process, these shops use cruelty-free methods to create beautiful art you can wear on your sleeve (no pun intended). Here are 5 vegan and veg-friendly tattoo studios in NYC.

Kayla Pasko
Fashion & Beauty New York
See the article 9 spots for vegan mac and cheese in nyc

9 Spots for Vegan Mac and Cheese in NYC

Need an excuse to indulge in cheesy, savory comfort food? Well, we’ve got news for you—July 14th is National Mac ‘N’ Cheese Day! Here’s where you can grab a bite of this popular dish in NYC.

Kayla Pasko
Food & Drink New York
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Planet Bake Launches Digital Dessert Marketplace in New York City

New York’s one-stop sweet shop, Planet Bake, just launched a new marketplace that will connect health-conscious clientele and dessert lovers alike with the city’s top pastry chefs and bakers.

Kayla Pasko
News New York
See the article new vegan deli meat company to open in brooklyn this july

New Vegan Deli Meat Company to Open in Brooklyn This July

Hey, Brooklyn! There’s a new kid on the block, and they’ve got plant-based meats.

Kayla Pasko
News New York
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Where to Order Vegan Sushi for International Sushi Day in NYC

Craving sushi? Well, you have an excuse to grab your favorite rolls on June 18th, because it’s International Sushi Day! We want you to celebrate in the most delicious way possible, which is why we’ve compiled a list of 11 vegan and vegan-friendly sushi restaurants in NYC. Read on to find out which spots we recommend!

Kayla Pasko
Food & Drink New York
See the article new vegan falafel restaurant opens in manhattan

New Vegan Falafel Restaurant Opens in Manhattan

Falafel lovers rejoice! A new vegan falafel eatery has opened on the Upper East Side.

Kayla Pasko
News New York
See the article sol sips launches black supper to feed the black community in nyc

Sol Sips Launches Black Supper to Feed the Black Community in NYC

Sol Sips, a Black woman-owned restaurant in Brooklyn, New York, is feeding the Black community. The restaurant announced on their Instagram page, “...we’re not selling food for the duration of the week, instead we’re remaining open and shifting focus to nourish our community. If you live in a Black body & you want/need nourishment DM us ASAP to schedule a time to pick up a bagged plant based supper…”

Mohini Patel Mohini Patel
News New York

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