2022 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
14/20
Jean-Georges Vongerichten creates a bright palette of sustainable vegetable dishes. See More
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Caravan of Dreams
12/20
A hip retro establishment that caters to veggie-lovers. See More
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Dirt Candy
No Rating
Lower East Side incarnation of chef Amanda Cohen’s vegetarian restaurant. See More

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Eleven Madison Park
18/20
Chef Daniel Humm demonstrates theatrical flair while presenting an extreme fine dining experience that is now vegan. 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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Burgers, Vegan, Vegetarian
Lekka Burger
No Rating
TriBeCa spot turning out plant-based burgers, curry fries and more. See More
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P.S. Kitchen
No Rating
Plant-based Midtown restaurant with a charitable mission. See More
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Quantum Leap
QB
Add years to your life at this Mecca for vegetarians --- and prices are reasonable, too. See More
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Tikka Indian Grill
No Rating
Williamsburg spot for Indian food executed in a traditional yet elevated manner. See More
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