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Absinthe Wine Bar
111 1st Avenue
(212) 777-0440
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Blue Note
131 W 3rd St
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Brick Lane Curry House
306 East 6th Street
(212) 979-8787
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Brick Lane Curry House Too
235 E 53rd St,
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Café Blossom (West Village)
41 Carmine St.
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Candle 79
154 East 79th Street
(212) 537-7179
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Candle Café
1307 3rd Avenue
(212) 472-0970
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Candle Café West
2427 Broadway
(212) 769-8900
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Cocoa Bar
228 7th Avenue
(718) 499-4080
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12 Park Avenue
(212) 213-1001
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Ghenet (Brooklyn)
348 Douglass Street
(718) 230-4475
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125 E 39th Street
(212) 228-4873
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856 9th Ave
(212) 581-8282
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Korhogo 126
126 Union Street
(718) 855-4405
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Mundo Café & Restaurant
31-18 Broadway Avenue
(718) 777-2829
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Pure Food and Wine
54 Irving Place
(212) 477-1010
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Sacred Chow
227 Sullivan Street
(212) 337-0863
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264 Carlton Avenue
(718) 624-4075
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1522 1st Avenue
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NYC Metro Area Restaurants

We mark restaurants by how vegan-friendly they are. Our classifications are as follows:
100% Vegan
Places that do not serve or prepare any food containing animal products.
Vegetarian (mostly vegan)
They may serve some dairy or honey, but these places are strictly vegetarian and offer plenty for vegans.
No dead animal products, but there's no guarantee of them being particularly friendly to vegans.
Not Vegetarian (decent vegan options)
They serve meat, but they also serve good stuff for vegans.
Not Vegetarian (few decent vegan options)
Why do we even list these places? Some of them may have one or two worthwhile dishes, or maybe you're stuck going there for a group dinner and could use a vegan perspective.