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Category Archive: Queens

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  1. Mickey Z. speaking at last year's Veggie Pride Parade

    Credit: Michele Zezima

    Author and activist Mickey Z. will be the key-note speaker at this Sunday’s Veggie Pride Parade. The parade begins at 11am in the West Village; he’ll take the stage at 1pm in Union Square, where the parade ends. There will be additional speakers sharing the stage to educate the masses about the benefits of a veg diet but my vote goes to Mickey for being the most bad ass of the lot.

    Mickey’s books include The Murdering of My Years: Artists and Activists Making Ends Meet, 50 American Revolutions You’re Not Supposed to Know: Reclaiming American Patriotism, and Self Defense for Radicals: A to Z Guide for Subversive Struggle–and he’s published by some of the edgiest indie publishers around, such as Soft Skull Press, Disinformation Company, and PM Press. Oh, and Newsday called Mickey Z. a “professional iconoclast” and Time Out New York has referred to him as a “political provocateur.”

    SuperVegan: Well hello there Mr. Fancy Pants. How did you end up being the key-note speaker at this year’s parade?

    Mickey Z.: Wow, that’s funny because I’m the furthest thing from fancy pants. I tend to wear my clothes until they fall off me. Anyway, I’ve known parade founder Pamela Rice for many years and she invited me to speak at the 2009 event. I ended up going on very late and reaching a much smaller crowd but Pamela said I still “stole the show.” This year, well… I guess I got bumped all the way to the front of the line. Continue Reading…

  2. This post was written at Boneshakers.

    This post was written at Boneshakers.

    It’s been a while since I last bragged about adding restaurants to our awesome NYC Vegan Restaurant Guide, so I figured a post doing just that was due.

    Brooklyn

    Manhattan

    Queens

    Bronx

    If you wanna know about a restaurant that’s been added to the guide before I get around to bragging, please subscribe to (or check often) the recently added restaurants page.

  3. Top Veg Restaurants by Borough

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    We’ve got new features!*

    You can now keep up with new restaurants as we add them to our amazing NYC vegan restaurant guide. Just click here to see the latest restaurants, subscribe by RSS feed, or get email alerts. You’ll never miss a new vegan restaurant again! (You can help us keep this up-to-date by alerting us to new restaurants at tips@supervegan.com.)

    We’ve also been having fun with our restaurant reviews system–now you can see the top rated restaurants in each borough of New York City. Check out the top restaurants in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island. (Those last two are looking a bit anemic; leave some reviews for your Bronx and Staten Island favorites, people. There’s got to be something out there worth eating.)

    If you don’t like the results, find your favorite restaurant and leave a review!** Your rating will be instantly incorporated into our ranking system.

    * Okay, some of you probably noticed that we’ve actually had these for a while. We just took two months to announce them. Oh yeah, things move quickly here in SuperVegan land.

    ** This advice does not apply if it’s your own restaurant.

  4. I'm so happy to be nearly done with this backlog!

    I’m so happy to be nearly done with this backlog!

    This morning I made many more additions to our NYC Vegan Restaurant Guide based on user recommendations and places we discovered via TimeOut New York. Huge thanks to Andreas, Brooklyn Vegan, Cathy, Colin, Colleen, Jackie, Josh, Juliana, Sarah, and Zoe for their suggestions.

    Thanks also to Rion at The Green Bean Cafe for bringing this newish, nearly all-vegan veg place to our attention. I was drooling while creating the entry. I can’t wait to check it out and once I do I’ll leave a review. Please check out the list of new additions and leave a review if you’ve been to any of these places. Continue Reading…

  5. Sock monkeys are the Blockheads mascots!

    Sock monkeys are the Blockheads mascots!

    Yesterday evening and this morning I made even more additions and updates to our NYC Vegan Restaurant Guide. I’m glad to report that (I think) I’ve added and updated all of the places that our wonderful tipsters have emailed to us. Many thanks to Cathy on the Upper West Side, Zach in Chinatown, Paula in Astoria, Debya in Brooklyn, and musician Andrew Philip Tipton in Staten Island.

    Please leave reviews! Continue Reading…

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