10 Must-Try Vegan Brunch Spots in NYC
Brunch in The Big Apple is the only way to start the weekend!
The first thing to check off on the weekend is a delicious vegan brunch! So, we’re highlighting the most buzzworthy vegan brunch spots NYC has to offer. In this article, then, you’ll find savory crepes, bottomless mimosas, boozy shakes, a crunchwrap supreme, and more!
Urban Vegan Kitchen is loaded with savory brunch staples! The vegan restaurant boasts tangy and robust flavors throughout their menu items. Try their Hit the Road Tostada if you’re in a zesty mood. This crunchy dish is prepared with tinga spiced jackfruit and topped off with avocado salsa verde.
P.S. Kitchen redefines plant-based dining with a sophisticated touch. The vegan spot goes beyond the kitchen by donating 100% of profits to long-term charitable solutions. Not only do they operate as a community-led restaurant, but they also feature the most decadent brunch menu items! Some dishes include Tuscan Toast, French Toast, and a Tofu Scramble Wrap.
This vegan spot elevates the brunch game! By transforming simple ingredients into tasty plant-based dishes, this restaurant will be your go-to weekend spot. PLANTA Queen features droolworthy menu items like a Truffled Omelet, Banana Waffles, and a Coconut Chia Pudding. Additionally, don’t miss out on their bottomless mimosas and Sake Sangria!
Vegan crepes for brunch? Yes, please! Little Choc Apothecary offers a wide range of sweet and savory must-tries. Build your sweet crepe with toppings like raspberries, cherry chia jam, and shredded coconut. If you are in the mood for a smokier taste, indulge in their crepe burrito! This dish contains coconut bacon, house-made chipotle sauce, and cashew cheese.
Have you ever had a boozy shake for brunch? Well, now you can! Modern Love carries the tastiest brunch items Brooklyn has to offer. Pair any dish with a spiked milkshake like Vanilla Rum, Strawberry Vodka, and Peanut Butter Whisky! For a bold menu choice, be sure to order their Breakfast Crunchwrap Vegan Supreme. This must-have comes with scrambled tofu, walnut chorizo, and cashew queso.
Jajaja Mexicana brings mouthwatering sázon to the East Coast! The vegan spot features an all-day brunch menu, and we are obsessed. Order their gluten-free Chilaquiles with either red or green salsa. Or try their Beaky Burrito. These are the perfect savory dishes to start your weekend!
Upper West Side & Greenwich Village
Whole food plant-based eating has never been more flavorful! Peacefood Cafe shows off nutritious, savory, and sweet dishes that make this your go-to Sunday spot. Indulge in their house-made pastries, including Chocolate-Dipped Macaroon and Raw Cashew Cream Cheesecake. In the mood for a bit of comfort food? Try their Macho Nachos! This table-pleaser consists of red chili beans, vegan cheese, radishes, and olives.
Craving a French-inspired brunch to start your Sunday? Look no further! Delice & Sarrasin brings authentic French flavor to The Big Apple. Head chef Yvette Caron perfected her cooking skills at Le Garenne, a renowned restaurant in the South of France. A brunch must-try is their Oeufs Brouillès Au Crabe. This dish is prepared with vegan scrambled egg and crumbled crab cake topped with sauteed spinach and an avocado puree.
Ladybird features a crave-worthy seasonal menu! Along with having a wine bar, they also offer veganized brunch favorites. Some savory must-tries include chikin’ & waffles, an egg sandwich, and a gluten-free frittata. Don’t forget to pair your dish with their signature drink! Sip on their Ladybird Reunion, made with Lillet Rosé, passionfruit, tiki bitter, and basil.
A brunch in Brooklyn is a must on the weekend! Champs Diner’s breakfast menu brings all the flavor. From a bold Breakfast Slam and Biscuits & Gravy to a succulent Benedict, this will be your favorite vegan spot in no time. Feeling a little sweeter? Try their strawberry cheesecake pancakes!
Vegan junk-foodie Alejandra was born and raised in Los Angeles County. As a self-made writer, she always makes sure that she advocates for all humans and animals. When she’s not typing the day away, you can find her singing her lungs out to Mitski, taking pictures of her doggies Luna and Dexter, or stocking her kitchen with more avocados, strawberries, and Kettle Salt n Vinegar chips. Alejandra also loves traveling and sharing her eats from around the world on Instagram.
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