A Stylish Guide to Vegan Eats for New York Fashion Week

 It’s that time of year again, when the global glitterati transcend on our little island of Manhattan for New York Fashion Week. Between the press previews, fashion shows and parties, it’s important to stay hydrated and more importantly, well fed. For most people it’s easy, “I’ll just grab a nibble at the next event”, but if you’re vegan, it’s a little more complicated than that. So for all the vegans in town this week, here’s a guide to vegan eats for New York Fashion Week. All equipped with delicious food that even your carnivore friends will enjoy. Most spots offer Instagram worthy decor to keep your Instagram feed well fed also.
Sun in Bloom | For coffee or a quick bite

Located in Tribeca (and in Brooklyn), this is a great spot to grab and go, whether you want a quick non-dairy latte, a flavorful salad or hearty sandwich. Try: Chai Latte, Shitake BLT and Macro Bowl. | View the full menu here.

By Chloe | For a quick bite.
By Chloe is a great place to grab a quick bite. Whether you are looking for a healthy option (try the Spicy Thai Salad) or want to indulge (go for the Macaroni and Cheese with shiitake bacon), this all vegan restaurant offers quick service and multiple locations around the city from West Village to Flat Iron. View the full menu here.


 ABCV | For business meetings or leisurely meals to catch up with friends.

ABC V is the newest restaurant from ABC Home featuring only vegetarian and vegan dishes.A light, bright space serving delicious dishes to share makes for a great place for business meetings. Decorated with the finest ABC Home goods, it feels more like a spa than a restaurant, in a good way. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Try: Slow roasted beets with and the roasted cauliflower. | View the full menu here.

A-Stylish-Guide-to-Vegan-Eats-for-New-York-Fashion-Week-Delice-&-Sarrasin-photo-by-elizabeth-stilwell-_-desmittenDelice & Sarrasin | For your French fix

French food is hard to find in vegan form, but Delice & Sarrasin have mastered it. From sweet and savory crepes to steak frites and “escargot”, they offer all the French greatest hits. The small vegan wine list has something for everyone. View the full menu here.

Cienfuegos | For happy hour

This vegan Cuban spot serves small plates and rum cocktails. With a happy hour that offers half price punch bowls and $7 select cocktails every night, it is a must visit in the East Village. Try the tropical fried guacamole. | View the full menu here.


Double Zero | To satisfy your pizza fix

You can’t come to New York without enjoying a piece (or whole pie) of pizza, whether you’re vegan or not. Get your pizza fix at the East Village artisan pizza spot, Double Zero. Make a meal of it, the upbeat ambiance, assorted appetizers and wine list are all reasons to linger and enjoy. Try: White Pizza and Eggplant Bacon Pizza. | View the full menu here.

A-Stylish-Guide-to-Vegan-Eats-for-New-York-Fashion-Week-avant-garden-desmittenAvant Garden | For an intimate dinner

Another East Village spot worthy of your precious time between events, Avant Garden. Sit at the bar to watch the food being prepared, or opt for an intimate candle lit table with more privacy. Try: Celery Root | View the full menu here.