• Ellary's Greens

  • Juice/Smoothie Health Food Vegetarian/Vegan $12-$38
  • 33 Carmine St.
    New York, NY 10014
  • Neighborhood: West Village
  • Phone: 212-920-5072
Outfitted with exposed brick and communal tables, Ellary's Greens looks and feels like a health-focused restaurant. There are stools lining the long counter, where competent staffers make "Beauty" drinks with aloe vera juice and banana-cacao-ship smoothies. Though Ellary's lights candles and serves beer and wine at night, it's best to go here during the day for a leisurely, virtuous breakfast or lunch. In the warmer months, you'll find open-air windows, light and simple food, and friendly servers who won't judge you for having any food restrictions. The wide-reaching menu focuses on vegetarian food—with limited meat and fish options—and the variety is nice. The kale salad with toasted barley, crimini mushrooms, and butternut squash is a success: It's flavorful and hearty enough to almost warrant the steep $14 price tag. Choose that over the escarole and smoked-tofu salad, and keep in mind that the portions are small. A portobello mushroom wrap sandwich with chipotle-chickpea spread and sauerkraut is tasty, but it's more of a snack than a full-on lunch order. Grilled salmon with "lemon confit" (it's just squeezed lemon) and a side of steamed kale make for a nice dinner. Sure, they are dishes that you could easily make at home, but that's the appeal of Ellary's: You feel like you're eating in your own kitchen—just everything's fresh, organic, and super healthy.
  • Hours

    Mon-Fri, 11am-11pm Sat, 10am-11pm Sun, 10am-10pm

  • Prices


  • Payment

    American Express Discover MasterCard Visa

  • Special Features

    Delivery Lunch Take-Out Online Ordering Brunch - Weekend Reservations Not Required

  • Alcohol

    Beer and Wine Only

  • Reservations

    Accepted/Not Necessary

  • Delivery Area

    Hudson St. to 10th St., Houston St. to University Pl.

  • Delivery Hours

    Daily, 11am-10pm

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