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Located on the Locust Street in Washington Square, Vedge has a lot to offer for vegetarians and vegans in the city. The kitchen, headed by Chef Katie Jacoby uses the freshest ingredients natural available; making everything on the menu free of any kind of animal products and is gloriously tasty. Apart from delicious dishes like the sweet potato pate and brussels sprouts, they also offer a range of all vegan desserts like cheesecakes which are just about awesome. You can complement your gorgeous healthy meal with one of they stellar curated cocktails like Jolly Ginger Jammer.
Chef Jose Garces had come a long way since his graduation from culinary school. The Latin cuisines he dabbles in draw inspiration from Flamenco. Amada pays respect to this iconic Spanish tradition by organizing live music and dances once every week on the premises. The name of this restaurant means 'loved one' in Spanish and a lot of regulars will willingly vouch for it. Book in advance if you are interested in hosting a party or if you want to try the suckling pig.
Zahav is a chic restaurant set in an unpretentious and stylish space with Executive Chef Michael Solomonov whipping up exotic Israeli delicacies that are sure to please your palate. Generous portions of wholesome hummus, hot pita bread, tangy chicken and crispy haloumi are all on offer to satiate the appetite of patrons. Other traditional dishes include Walnut Kale Tabbouleh, Beef and Lamb Kofte and Crimini Mushrooms. The desserts are scrumptious and the full bar boasts of the finest of spirits including wines, beers and cocktails. All in all, a great place to savor rustic flavors with welcoming drinks.