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Where to Eat Vegan in NYC This Thanksgiving

The Vegan Whole Turkey from Vegetarian Plus.

The Vegan Whole Turkey from Vegetarian Plus.

Here’s the 2011 edition of SuperVegan’s NYC vegan Thanksgiving round-up! Don’t forget to make reservations so you won’t be left out in the cold.

Manhattan
Angelica Kitchen is offering a five course prix fixe menu (see page 2 of that PDF) for $55, BYOB. Thanksgiving is the only day of the year Angelica takes reservations. Dinner will also be available for take out.

Place orders early for seasonal specialties from Babycakes. They’ll have all manner of cakes, pies, and biscuits your gluten-free and agave-sweetened needs.

Blossom will be offering a four-course prix fix for $68/person while Café Blossom will have their regular menu available as well as Thanksgiving specials $20-25/entrée. Reservations are recommended from 4-9pm when dinner will be served.

Candle 79‘s four course prix fixe is available from 2pm-9pm and costs $75/person, while sister restaurant Candle Cafe gives you four courses for $55 prix fixe, plus a la carte options from 12-6pm. Don’t change your mind at the last minute–they require 48-hours notice to cancel.

Caravan of Dreams will be offering a three course prix fixe dinner from 12-10pm for $45; call for the menu.

Curly’s will be serving their regular menu and seasonal specials will also be available. Pick up your phone to get the deets.

LifeThyme Natural Market will have a complete vegan holiday dinner option for $49.95. It includes a harvest roast made from organic vegetables and tofu, along with two pounds of yams or mashed potatoes, two pounds of mixed bread or cornbread stuffing, two pounds of grilled mixed vegetables, a pint of gravy, and a pint of cranberry sauce orders taken until 11/21. Also place your order for any kosher vegan cake or pie of your choosing 48 hours in advance.

Prefer it raw? Try Pure Food and Wine‘s four course prix fixe for $72/person from 3pm-9pm. Select favorites from the à la carte menu will also be available. Want to make it extra boozy? Add on an extra $55/person for a wine pairing of premium wines.

For raw take-out, One Lucky Duck will be offering raw holiday options at the 17th Street location only, from 9am-10pm. You’ll want to call ahead to place your order and schedule a pick up time.

Organic Grill will be open from noon-10pm with a special Thanksgiving menu in addition to their regular menu. Call if you want to know ahead of time what they’ll be serving.

Peacefood Café will have a Thanksgiving special for $22.50/person that includes choice of entrée (raw option available) with 3 sides available from 10am-10pm. Dessert will cost you extra but lots to choose from. If you want the specifics, give them a call.

Red Bamboo will be serving a Thanksgiving prix fixe menu that includes a choice of entrée accompanied by 4 sides and ice cream for dessert for $24.95 from noon-8pm, walk-in only. Call ahead for the exact menu.

Sacred Chow will be offering a five-course prix fixe menu with your choice of soup, protein, vegetable, grain of the day and a slice of pumpkin pie for $42, or $45 to include a glass of sangria.

‘sNice’s three locations (West Village , Soho, and Park Slope) and Terri are all closed Thanksgiving day, but we recommend you stop by in the days before or after to try their awesome Thanksgiving Leftovers sandwiches, seasonal sides and apple pie the days before and after.

Spring Street Natural will have a vegan option available as part of their $31 prix fixe, or items à la carte. A good option if you’re stuck having to go to an omni restaurant.

V-Note will be open from 3pm to 10pm and will have their regular menu as well as Thanksgiving specials.

Vegetarian Paradise 2 will have a prix fixe menu that includes an appetizer, entrée, sides, and dessert for $21-$25 served 12-8pm, walk-in only. You’ll have to call the week-of for the menu.

Order by Tuesday, 11/22, for WholeFoods‘s vegan dinners for one: the $16.99 Field Roast Vegan Dinner or the $19.99 Stuffed Squash Vegan Dinner. Each includes five courses and can be combined with a vegan bakery package for two that has a pie, cornbread, and baguette.

Brooklyn
Champs Family Bakery will be offering seasonal specialties such as pumpkin muffins with cream cheese, pumpkin pie cinnamon rolls (with pie crust baked in), sweet potato cinnamon rolls (with candied pecans and marshmallow) and sweet potato, cheesecake, and pumpkin pies, too. Check their Facebook page for last minute savory meal offerings. Place orders by Monday 11/21 at the latest for pick-up on Tuesday or Wednesday of Thanksgiving week.

Foodswings will do the work for you to take the meal home, Thanksgiving dinner available for pick up only. Turkey-style seitan roast with 2 drumsticks, 4 biscuits, 1 quart mashed potatoes, 1 quart mac & cheese, 1 pint gravy, 1 pint cranberry sauce, 1 quart veggies. Order by Monday 11/21, for pick up on the 23rd. Feeds 2-3 for $60.

While V-Spot will be closed for dining-in, they are offering catered Thanksgiving favorites for pick-up that can be pre-ordered for the single eater or by the tray for groups. Don’t wait around–all orders must be in by 6pm Tuesday 11/22. Check out their Facebook page for the full menu.

Also, see ‘sNice above.

Update: Juice Hugger‘s store will be closed Thanksgiving day, but they’re offering delivery of a full meal or sides. Everything is vegan except their faux Turkey has egg. Mention you’re vegan they’ll make portions of the other elements of the meal larger & exclude the turkey.

Queens
Get in touch with Bread A Bakery in Flushing for your dessert needs, they can make vegan apple pie, cakes, and cookies if you call your order in advance.

Long Island
3 Brothers Pizza Café in Rockville Center will be offering up a 4 course prix fixe dinner for $45 between 2pm-10pm, reservations suggested.

Check out one of the events that’s part of Long Island’s Food not Bombs Thanksgiving Bonanza, between November 19-25.

New Jersey
Cinnamon Snail is offering a Tofurky, other great options include Vegetarian Plus’s Vegan Whole Turkey (pictured), Match Meat’s Vegan Stuffed Holiday Roast, Gardein’s Savory Stuffed Turkey with Gravy, Five-Star Foodies’s Vegan Harvest Roast, and Field Roast’s Celebration Roast or Hazelnut Cranberry Roast.

Did we get it all or are we missing anything tasty? Please let us know!

5 Comments

  1. Comment by

    JL goes Vegan

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    This is a great round-up! Luckily, we go a Candle 79 spot — looking forward to no cooking but lots of eating! ;)

  2. Comment by

    saram

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    It looks like Juice Hugger in Brooklyn has a Thanksgiving option that is quite possibly vegan.
    http://ilovefranklinave.blogspot.com/2011/11/weekend-links.html

  3. Comment by

    Olivia Lane

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    I’ll be hostessing during the day at Angelica Kitchen and am totally looking forward to my TG shift meal!!!! Hope to see some readers there!

  4. Comment by

    Jason Das

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    Thanks, saram–just added Juice Hugger.

  5. Comment by

    anon

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    the govindas place at the hare krishna facility in brooklyn has a thanksgiving feast from 4pm to 8pm today 11-24-11. we were told that it’s 80% vegan and $20

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