SuperVegan Logo

As of October, 2013, SuperVegan is no longer under active development.
The site content remains online in the interest of history.

We are still active on Twitter:

To keep informed about future projects of SuperVegan, join the SuperVegan Projects mailing list:

The Amazing Instant New York City Vegan Restaurant Finder


 Either within

How Vegan should the restaurant be?

(check all that apply)

Want more options? Try our mildly overwhelming advanced search page.


 the entire site:

NYC Metro Area Vegan Restaurant Graveyard

Organic Heights

Food: 3.863.86
Atmosphere: 3.433.43
Service: 4.434.43

(7 shared memories. Leave your own!)

Map loading... If this message persists, your browser is not capable of displaying our maps.

460 Bergen Street
Brooklyn   NY 11217

This restaurant is closed. Share your memories of other restaurants past at SuperVegan's NYC Metro Area Vegan Restaurant Graveyard.

Veg level:

Vegetarian (mostly vegan)

Price Range:

$$$$$ (Average entree cost: $1-$5)

Accepted Payments:

  • Visa
  • ·
  • Mastercard


Mon-Fri 7am-10pm. Sat 9am-8pm. Sun 9am-7pm.

Delivery notes:

Organic Heights did not deliver.


They serve fair trade coffee, teas, salads, light eats, and treats like biscotti and muffins that are baked in house with a focus on health (ie. no refined flours or sugars).

Everything here is vegan, though they do offer dairy for coffee.

They also sell vitamins and natural personal hygiene items.

Bookmark and Share The information on this page was last updated on January 2, 2010.

Shared Memories of Organic Heights

Averaged user ratings:

(1 star = lousy; 5 stars = great)
Food: 3.863.86
Atmosphere: 3.433.43
Service: 4.434.43
  • Review by randyhate on April 2, 2009:

  • went here for lunch the other day. was a bit hesitant upon 1st seeing the space, but was impressed by the food. went with a tempeh rubin, and while a bit pricey, it was really great. only thing that could have improved it would have been if the bread was toasted a bit more and the sauerkraut was warm, but i was perfectly happy with the sandwich as it was. and the greens that came with and dressing were damn good as well.
    the space is a bit sterile. and i would not advise coming here if you were in a hurry, they are a bit slow, but very attentive and friendly.
    the tea was very good.
    and if you are pregnant, i am told the veggieburger with spicy mayo is the way to go to induce labor. or at least this is what my friend did.
    if i am in the area i will surly visit again.
  • Food: 44
    Atmosphere: 33
    Service: 44
  • Review by catres on February 21, 2009:

  • WE tried this place for the first time last night. No lecture was received :), but it was nice to see a cute clean organic, whole foods vegan place. We ad muffins for breakfast, a sandwich and the pecan roast loaf with kale and rice. I like that the make everything-including their own sauces and mayos. They also have a pretty nice loose leaf tea selection. Oh and Babeland is next store if you need more reason to check it out.
  • Food: 44
    Atmosphere: 55
    Service: 55
  • Review by organicpaul on September 25, 2008:

  • Organic Heights Now Delivers and all of the Food is Organic,Vegan and Made Fresh Daily on the premises in their super clean kitchen. The fare is Gourmet, even the sandwiches made to order (my faves are the Marinated Portobello/Roasted Red Peppers with Homemade Pesto AND their Cali Style Tempeh Reuben). This month they began opening at 8am during week offering a SouthWestern Style Tofu Scramble w/Homemade Salsa in addition to killer fresh baked muffins.

    Finally, an Organic Vegan Eatery/Bakery has arrived in Park Slope that tastes amazing and is really well-priced by comparison. Everything has been a winner from the coffee and Tea Bar to the Entrees and Prepared Salads.

    Their head baker used to be a Babycakes; you have to try the cupcakes and cheesecake (out of this world-YUM) and they do offer Birthday Cakes by Special Order with advance notice.
  • Food: 55
    Atmosphere: 44
    Service: 55
  • Review by Olivia Lane on June 5, 2008:

  • I've gone here twice so far. Once, with my family, when they first opened and then again, alone, yesterday.

    I love that all the stuff is organic, fresh, and fairly priced. Yesterday, I had a wheatgrass shot for only $2 and a tasty mixed veg juice for $4. The first time here we had a biscotti with coffee, some cookies, and a muffin. The coffee was decent and the muffin was deliciously moist and flavorful, but I wasn't such a fan of the other stuff.

    I appreciate that the place is superclean and organized. I agree with AmyArgh that they could use some additional (and more comfortable) seating; stools and a table running across the wall doesn't cut it for me.

    I can totally see what Red Lurcher means about the lecture from the staff as I experienced that during my first visit, but I felt it came from a place of care and enthusiasm about healthy living. I can't fault them for that.

    I can totally imagine myself dropping in for coffee or a juice again, especially if I forget to bring my travel cup, since they have biodegradable take-away cups.
  • Food: 33
    Atmosphere: 33
    Service: 44
  • Review by elephantgirl on May 29, 2008:

  • Was passing by last weekend and thought I'd give it a try- wow was I in for a pleasant surprise. The vegan muffins and coffee are to die for. I ended up coming back again later in the week after work and tried the BBQ seitan special and 3-bean chili. One word, amazing. The servers are also really friendly and informative. What a great addition to the neighborhood! I will definitely be coming back.
  • Food: 55
    Atmosphere: 33
    Service: 55
  • Review by Red Lurcher on April 27, 2008:

  • Do you like getting a lecture from the staff on proper chewing technique while you eat your food? I don't so much. I guess it was friendly, but no thanks.

    The coffee is very good. The baked goods look so unappetizing that I didn't even want to try them. The quiche was nothing to go out of your way for, but it was fine.

    Between this place and the V-Spot, the North Slope is really sucking vegan establishments. Good thing Vegetarian Palate's there!

    I'll try Organic Heights again in a little while. Maybe they'll get better.
  • Food: 22
    Atmosphere: 44
    Service: 33
  • Review by AmyArgh on April 25, 2008:

  • Tempeh 3-Bean chili and Cream Of Broccoli soup were both amazing. They open early, so stop in on your way to the 2/3 in the morning for a muffin and some REALLY good coffee.

    They need some tables, or something. They have counter seats but it feels a bit naked inside. The staff is very friendly, and even offered up a book of their foods ingredients if you need to check for allergies, etc.
  • Food: 44
    Atmosphere: 22
    Service: 55

Restaurant reviews are temporarily closed. We look forward to accepting your reviews again soon!