This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal is getting a makeover! She heads to try the vegetarian deliciousness with truffle pasta, going raw with uncooked lasagna and hitting Tribeca for surgery-free lipo.
More and more people are becoming vegetarians or vegans these days, because of health reasons or just wanting to live a more animal-friendly lifestyle. What should you consider before becoming a vegetarian? Read on to find out.
From Asian to French fusion to New York City’s foodie favorite Thanksgiving croissant, enjoy the flavors of fall at these 5 restaurants.
Not surprisingly, spring soups rely on spring ingredients, including asparagus and ramps. Menus can change as quickly as the weather, so get these bowls of goodness while you can.
A city this diverse has many top notch places to get your veggie sandwich fix. Here’s a look at our favorite vegetarian sandwiches in NYC.
Booker, who is vegetarian, will be limited to $1.40 for each meal for the duration of the challenge.
Whether you’ve got a vegetarian in your group or are just watching your calories, this hand-held grilled portobello wrap is the perfect tailgating food at only 300 calories per serving.
Put on a twist on your tailgate menu this weekend. These alternative “sliders” will not only be super delicious snacks for the vegetarian, but will have the die-hard carnivores clamoring for their share, too.
The Cinnamon Snail is probably the best-known vegan food truck in the city, but one of the better options for vegetarian food may surprise you – the Comme Ci Comme Ça truck.
If you think vegan food is all about bland, uber-healthy bites – prepare to have your mind and taste buds blown.
Bark started with a small strorefront in Park Slope, then added another outlet at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. This season they opened a stand at High Line Park. That’s where I went a couple of times recently to sample some dogs.
New Yorkers who make the decision to eliminate meat and meat products from their lives don’t have to eliminate eating out. There are plenty of restaurants with vegan and vegetarian menus exclusively.
The seitan was softer than a burger, but still held together pretty well. I generally avoid veggie burgers, but this had nothing in common with previous veggie burgers I’ve had – this one was good.
Nothing says “I love you” like a romantic, home-cooked dinner. Create a special meal for that special someone this Valentine’s Day.
The restaurant admitted it accidentally served the group a meat dish during an India Day celebration in 2009.