Being a vegetarian in New York isn't the challenge it used to be, but that doesn't mean it's always easy. Sure, most restaurants these days offer one or two decent vegetarian options, but sometimes you don't want the pasta or a meal made cobbled together from side dishes. With that in mind, here are 60 recommendations for restaurants that accommodate vegetarians without disappointing carnivores.
'Veselka' on Serious Eats
This soft egg and and sausage sandwich is just the thing for breakfast—which at Veselka can be ordered 24 hours.
Veselka's take on the Reuben swaps out corned beef for a lightly smoked pork sausage.
With winter effectively in full swing, it's time to turn our attention to a warming bowl of soup, and what a diverse subject it is, with varied flavors and textures, sometimes in the same bowl. Some are seasonal specials, and some are better served cold. Here are ten of our favorite vegetarian soups from around the city.
Veselka is nothing short of an institution when it comes to Eastern European food in New York, so it should come as no surprise that when latke season rolls around, we look to them as experts.
Late nights in East Village never leave you stranded too far from a great midnight snack. Here are 15 late night bites we love in the neighborhood, open until at least midnight and often later.
The Ukrainian Meatball Hero is one of the four signature sandwiches at Veselka, and for good reason. That's not a classic baguette you're looking at—it's challah (for real!) rolled into the shape of a baguette, then baked and split open. The soft, eggy loaf is topped with four sizable meatballs, a scattering of sauerkraut and, the final touch, a generous ladle of mushroom gravy.
Valentine’s Day falls on a Saturday this year—great news for all the couples who'd rather not squeeze in a candlelit dinner between work, errands, and bedtime. (And, perhaps, even better news for the anti-V-Day singles, out making their own good...
Veselka Bowery, the institutional Ukranian diner's third location if you count the Little Veselka at First Avenue and 1st Street, won't open until next fall, but they will be serving booze. Last night at the Community Board 3 meeting, the...
Harry and Sally had a mind-blowing lunch at Katz's. Carrie Bradshaw satisfied her sweet tooth with Magnolia cupcakes. And of course, there's Seinfeld and the Soup Nazi. For as long as movies and television shows have filmed scenes in New...