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Mulberry & Vine uses organic ingredients and healthy oils to prepare a range of salads, soups and sandwiches to satiate the appetite. Drop by and indulge in the delicious fare without any guilt regarding those extra calories. The restaurant also takes care to ensure the protection of the environment with its eco-friendly measures.
If you are looking for a steak or burger, you will definitely want to go elsewhere. That is because Caravan of Dreams serves only organic, vegetarian, vegan and kosher cuisine. Subtle touches like patchouli incense enhance the cozy interior, and live jazz serenades you while you eat. Try such unusual dishes as polenta with sweet potato sauce, or sink your teeth into a veggie burger. Beer and wine are available.
Bell Book & Candle is truly admirable in its approach towards food. To prepare their delectable New American dishes, BB&C takes great care to use only local, organic and sustainable ingredients, so you can be sure that everything placed before you is as fresh as it can possibly be. In fact, BB&C even has its own rooftop aeroponic garden which produces about 60% of the organically grown produce used at the restaurant, especially many of the herbs and greens. No matter what you order, be it simple warm pretzels with milk stout mustard, or the more complex "Gin & Tonic" wild salmon, you can always feel great knowing that the mouthwatering dish you're consuming is socially and environmentally conscious as you are!
A home decor store is hardly the place you'd expect to find a superlative dining experience, but ABC Kitchen (located within ABC Carpet & Home) delivers. This venture between home decor giant and celebrated chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten paid off handsomely when it was voted "Best New Restaurant of 2011" by the James Beard Foundation. ABC Kitchen's delicious American fare is more than worthy of its already fantastic reputation. The restaurant's brunch, lunch and dinner menus are full of well-crafted preparations that highlight the best in healthy, local and organic ingredients. The restaurant strives to be green and sustainable in everything they do, right down to the bread baskets which are hand-crafted by the Mapuche people of Peru. Helped handsomely by the store's stunning collection, the restaurant's interiors are extremely elegant and provide a comfortable space to enjoy your meal.
The bright furniture at The Little Beet greets diners making their way into this bright restaurant. Serving sandwiches, soups and salads, it ensures the health of its patrons. Each item is carefully prepared from locally-sourced vegetables. The cold juices are popular with diners who like to grab a sip as and when they pass by. The food is mostly gluten-free.
East Williamsburg welcomed its very own Ethiopian restaurant, Bunna Cafe in 2013. Serving excellent vegan fare that makes uses of Ethiopian essentials like okra, beans, pulses and many other nourishing ingredients, the charming place makes for a refreshing dining experience. Along with the traditional Ethiopian injera bread, everything on the menu, prepared with love and the right amount of authentic African spices, tastes wonderful.
The Green Bean Cafe is located at the site of owner Darrell Morris's original Beanocchio Café, which has now moved to a larger location a couple of streets away. The menu at the Green Bean includes a variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes, juices and smoothies which are made with organic ingredients and fair trade certified coffee and teas. This sunny, tiny neighborhood cafe opens early for breakfast and serves several healthy breakfast options like organic tofu Texas taco, mini bagels smeared with scallion or vegetable cream cheese and fat-free sugar-free muffins. Also available on the menu are hot and cold sandwiches, and specials such as cous cous with veggies and tofu and a vegetarian meat sauce pasta.