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Dao Palate (Prospect Heights)
329 Flatbush Avenue
(718) 638-1995/1998
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Gobo (Downtown)
401 6th Avenue
(212) 255-3902
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Gobo (Uptown)
1426 3rd Avenue
(212) 288-5099
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Kyotofu
705 Ninth Avenue
212-974-6012
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Soy & Sake
47-49 7th Avenue South
(212) 255-2848
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Vegetarian Ginger
128 Montague St
2nd Floor
(718) 246-1288
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Wild Ginger
380 Broome Street
(212) 966-1883
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Wild Ginger (Cobble Hill)
112 Smith Street
718-858-3880
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Wild Ginger (Williamsburg)
212 Bedford Avenue
(718) 218-8828
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Zen Kitchen Express
34 Lexington Ave
(212) 979-7778
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Zen Palate (Union Square)
115 E. 18th St.
(212) 387-8885
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Zen Palate (Upper West Side)
239 West 105 Street
212-222-2111
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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.
Vegetarian
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.
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