The Secret Garden Cookbook: A New Era of Vegan Cooking in New York

New York City’s growing number of vegan restaurants and bars have taken on a new dimension.

The vegan community has a lot to celebrate as the city prepares to welcome in the summer season, but some vegan restaurants, like Garden Grove’s Olive Garden catering, have also seen a resurgence in popularity.

And some of the best vegan food is coming to New York.

Here are seven of the most notable vegan eateries in the city.


Olive Garden, 534 West 54th Street (via Eater) The food at Olive Garden is just what it sounds like: vegan, gluten-free, and all natural.

You might not be a fan of the vegan option on the menu, but it’s a big deal when you see it on the plate.

There’s a vegan version of the classic cheeseburger, veggie burger with cheese and bacon, vegan mac and cheese, and a vegan burger topped with avocado and pomegranate juice.

For those who want more options, there’s a vegetarian option as well.

The Olive Garden restaurant has vegan menu options, but the main vegan option is the mac and greef.

Olive also offers a vegan ice cream sundae, but that one is made with dairy and is also not vegan.


The Black Swan, 565 West 42nd Street (Via Yelp) The Black Sun, also known as The Swan, is a vegan food truck with a rotating menu.

The main vegan menu is vegan.

The food is made to order, so you can get the veggie burgers, vegan burgers, and more.

The trucks also offer a vegan lunch and dinner menu.


Green Dot, 675 West 42n (Via Eater) Green Dot is an upscale vegan restaurant in New Jersey.

They also have a vegan menu that is made from scratch and can include vegan food options.

The menu is limited, so order what you like.

There are vegan entrees, vegan desserts, vegan pizzas, and vegan ice creams.

The restaurant also offers vegan coffee, espresso, and tea.


The Vegan Burger, 810 West 42 Avenue (via Yelp) It’s not all about the burger.

You can also try their vegan pizza, the veg burger, or the vegg burger.

It’s a good option for vegetarians, but vegans can try their sandwich with cheese, sour cream, and bacon.


Vegan Coffee House, 915 West 42 Street (Barcroft Street) The Vegan Coffeehouse is a trendy, new vegan coffee shop in Brooklyn.

The location is close to Union Square.

The cafe is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a vegan brunch menu.

They have a veg-free menu as well, but only on Mondays.

Vegan coffee has become more popular over the last couple of years, but they are still limited to vegan options on Sundays.


The Secret Vegan Kitchen, 1051 West 42 Ave (Via Eatly) If you’re not in NYC but want to explore vegan food in the East Village, you’ll be able to try this new, upscale restaurant.

They serve vegan meals as well as a vegan-friendly brunch.


The New Vegan, 1021 West 42 (via Yelped) This is a new vegan restaurant opening in Manhattan.

You’ll get a choice of veg or vegan.

It also has a vegan option that’s made with vegan ingredients.

There is a vegetarian menu.


The Big Fish, 1040 West 42 St (Via Yelped).

There are two options for veg and vegan options here.

The veg menu is made by a local farmer, and the vegan menu can be customized.

The fish sandwich is the best option, though, and it’s not cheap.


The Happy Herbivore, 1047 West 42 Streets (Via Food+Style) This vegan restaurant has an extensive vegan menu.

For $10, you can have two veg burgers, two veggie pizzas (including meatballs and avocado), and two vegan sandwiches (including vegan cheese and vegan sour cream).

You can get a vegan breakfast, too.

The breakfast menu is good for vegans and those who don’t like meat or eggs.

The sandwiches are also good.


The Little Pig, 1053 West 42, (Via NY Vegan) This small vegan restaurant, located in Brooklyn, is one of the newest vegan restaurants in the area.

It has a vegetarian, vegan menu as its main menu.

There will be veg sandwiches and vegan dishes that are available as well (they’re not vegan-centric, but there are plenty of veggie options on the vegan side).


The Vegetarian Lounge, 1075 West 52nd Street, (via Eatly).

This vegan lounge in Brooklyn is located in a renovated building, which is a great spot for