Your guide to organic cafes in New York City

Guest Post: Urvi Sharma from


There are many excellent restaurants in New York serving freshest food possible. Some restaurants are working faster and going further to get produce from farmers to offer best vegan delights that you actually want to eat. The trend for raw, vegan, paleo, and vegetarian food has resulted in cadre of newly opened healthy restaurants in New York City. Here is a list of few restaurants that find ways to bend nutritious ingredients to delicious dishes.

Ellary’s Greens

33 Carmine St, New York, NY 10014


Ellary’s Greens is serving a broad and assorted menu of organic New American eats that appeals to your many dining moods. Try the chickpea burger rolled in a gluten-free wrap to make your dining experience more pleasurable. Apart from the freshly served food, the ambiance and decor of this place is soothing and warm. Complement your food with beer & wine to have an unforgettable experience.


Sacred Chow

227 Sullivan Street, Greenwich Village, New York

Sacred Chow


Known for serving excellent vegan food, Sacred Chow specialises in making tofu, which is served with several creative dishes. Delicacies like grilled western tofu, root vegetable latkes and black olive seitan are must-try dishes here. If you are in Manhattan make sure to visit Sacred Chow to explore some new and innovative daily specials which are delicious yet healthy.


Le Botaniste

833 Lexington Ave, New York NY 10065

Le Botaniste

A newly opened venture from the founder of Le Pain Quotidien. The restaurant offers a warm, inviting, and relaxing atmosphere to enjoy all plant based nutritious and exotic dishes. Explore the dishes like Tibetan Mama, which is cooked with brown rice, steamed greens and kimchi in a peanut-curry sauce and Dirty Noodle Soup, which is a perfect amalgamation of tofu, steamed leeks and garlic. In drinks, you can try from an extensive range of natural wines that is incredible in every sense. All the dishes are reasonable priced and are presented so aesthetically which makes your dining experience completely satisfying.


Gingersnap’s Organic

113 W 10th St, New York, NY 10011

Gingersnap’s Organic

Try the pressed organic green juice in glass bottles, which are some of the best juices in New York City. The place is great to explore some uniquely cooked raw, vegan and gluten-free food. Gingersnap uses unique ingredients and preparation techniques to make the dishes exquisitely delicious and free from any preservatives.


Sun In Bloom

460 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217

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Located in Brooklyn, Sun In Bloom is an undiscovered gem with expertise in serving nutritious, tasty and gluten free vegan food. It is a nice place to enjoy a brunch in New York City. Try some fantastic vegan food, (both cooked and raw) in an inviting and lovely ambiance. Miso broth and Bella Devine Salad are the two most fantastic delicacies that is definitely at par excellence when compared to other places. Those who have sweet tooth can eat delicious and gluten-free Apple Pancakes and banana cake which are light and fluffy.

While waiting for the food, you can also browse through the great selection of health-related books.



If you have plans to visit the New York City, ensure to spend at least three days so you can explore it well. Accommodation in New York City is expensive, make no mistake. The city boasts of many accommodation options for both long and short term stays – for flexibility, choose a holiday rental serviced apartments New York. Serviced apartments are fully-furnished and have fully functional kitchen, so you can save money on eating out. You can enjoy a relaxing and comfortable stay and live like a local if you decide to stay in serviced apartments in neighbourhoods like Chelsea, Kensington, Gramercy, Midtown East, Union Square and East Village, among others.

Thanks Urvi!

For more places to eat in New York, check out my earlier posts.

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