It’s always good to have options when it comes to a vegan breakfast, and in New York City, you have some amazing choices:
And here is a list of the 15 best places to get a vegan breakfast in New York City, right now. With locations spread out over the city, which will mean there’s a stop-off for most, whether you are commuting or just after a delectable vegan bite.
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Urban Vegan Kitchen
The Urban Vegan Kitchen is highly recommended for its vegan food. From the flavored drinks to the choices of food, you can’t go wrong visiting this place. If you want to go in the morning, you can only go on the weekends, while during the week they open up at noon. They serve breakfast all day, so you don’t have to worry about missing anything with their opening schedule.
P.S. Kitchen is a sophisticated place that uses fresh ingredients for its meals. They have an influential mission in trying to give others a “hand up” rather than a “hand out.” They are trying to break the cycle of poverty by using resources to connect communities, providing tools for self-sustainability, and building meaningful relationships with their neighbors.
Caravan of Dreams
Caravan of Dreams is a local restaurant that has been in the same location since it opened in 1991. Besides providing great food and a relaxing, intimate space for New Yorkers, Caravan of Dreams also hosts lectures, cooking demonstrations, meetings, parties, and yoga classes.
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Spring Cafe is known for its vegan burgers, bao buns, and smoothies. They promote the idea that food should be beautiful, delicious, fun, and enjoyed in an environment that promotes health, vitality, and peace of mind.
Beloved Cafe & Restaurant
Beloved Cafe & Restaurant has two locations, one in San Francisco, California, and recently opened up another location in New York City last year. They bring 100% organic sourdough bread to the neighborhood. You have to arrive about 30 minutes after the time of opening to receive fresh hot sourdough donuts.
Le Bontaniste is the only organic, plant-based, and carbon-neutral restaurant in New York City. Alain Coumont, the founder of Le Botaniste, said his goal was to surprise guests with delicious, satisfying, plant-powered organic meals that are good for the body.
Terms of Endearment
Terms of Endearment are known for its decadent and cozy pastries, hot and cold sandwiches on freshly baked croissants, and their seasonal bites. It is located in Williamsburg, just a few blocks away from Domino Park.
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Guevara serves coffee and vegan sandwiches in a bright, welcoming cafe. They also have a grocery shop as well for people wanting to purchase some vegan and organic food.
Nicole Marquis, the founder of HipCityVeg, believes you shouldn’t have to give up burgers, fries, and shakes to eat healthily. She created a vegan fast food-inspired menu with fresh organic ingredients. She was able to help her dad go on a vegan diet, putting him in remission with his diabetes and getting him off four medications in the process.
Organic Grill thrives off of its customers having a great time while enjoying amazing clean plant-based and gluten-free food. Julia Chebotar is not only the owner of Organic Grill but the executive chef there as well. She is committed to promoting vegan and organic agriculture.
Brooklyn’s favorite American comfort food happens to be all vegan. Champs Diner first opened ten years ago and has since become a popular hangout. It can get busy so if you are wanting to be seated right away I would advise making a reservation.
Little Choc Apothecary
Offering a wide variety of sweet and savory crepes, as well as homemade baked goods. The products are completely plant-based, made from scratch, and free of gums, artificial flavors, and chemical binders. Plus, the Little Choc Apothecary was voted the most romantic restaurant in America by Timeout.
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The Butcher’s Daughter
At The Butcher’s Daughter, they serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. They change the menu daily, with many vegan options. They like to say they treat fruits and vegetables as a butcher would meat.
Beatnic Vegan Restaurant
At Beatnic, they strive to unite people by making them want to sing and dance when eating their vegan food. Just by the looks of the pictures on their website, it makes me hungry.
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UT47 is a Korean fusion cafe that is known for its vegan breakfast sandwiches. They do breakfast all day, so if you are craving one of their vegan breakfasts after work, you can head on down and get yourself one of their famous vegan sandwiches.
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