2019 Best Vegetarian-Friendly Restaurants in New York Area

Best Vegetarian Dining in New York

Vegetarian food has come a long way from salads, so it takes more than a plate of leafy greens to please the palate of a discerning vegetarian.

These Top Vegetarian-Friendly Restaurants in New York, presented in alphabetical order, are masters in making meatless meals memorable. You also might find restaurants that offer non-vegetarian dishes as well, so you can keep your carnivorous dining companions happy.

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abcV

Vegetarian, Vegan, Breakfast
abcV
14/20
Jean-Georges Vongerichten creates a bright palette of sustainable vegetable dishes. See More
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Arata

Japanese, Vegan, Vegetarian
Arata
12/20
Plant-based Japanese-inspired eats from Matthew Kenney in the East Village. See More

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Blossom

Vegetarian, Organic, Vegan
Blossom
13/20
Blossom blooms with tasty gourmet vegan cuisine in a sophisticated atmosphere. See More

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Vegan chain's location in the West Village. See More
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Candle Cafe
13/20
A terrifically trendy hangout for the veggie-friendly diner. See More
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Dirt Candy
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Lower East Side incarnation of chef Amanda Cohen’s vegetarian restaurant. See More

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Vegetarian, Vegan, Asian
Franchia
13/20
A culinary oasis on Park Avenue for the health-conscious designed to nourish the mind and body. See More
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HanGawi
12/20
The Zen-like ambience cocoons you in warmth, enlightenment and great vegetarian Korean cuisine. See More
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Kajitsu
13/20
This kaiseki restaurant is a temple to vegetables. See More

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Nix

Vegetarian, New American, Vegan
Nix
14/20
Chef John Fraser's temple to vegetables near Union Square. See More

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