Mon-Fri, 8am-9pm; Sat, 8:30am-9pm; Sun, 9am-7pm
Nearby Subway Stops
F, M at 14th St.; 1, 2, 3 at 14th St.
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Reservations Not Required
Houston St. to 23rd St., Third Ave. to Hudson St.
In 2014, it’s hard to stand out as a health-conscious, daytime-only café in the West Village—they seem to be on every block. But even though at first glance feelfood looks like every other juice bar in town, this is a special place with exceptional Latin American food. There’s no waiter service, but you can watch at the counter as friendly staffers fill a sprouted dosa—made of rice and lentils—with fresh ingredients like roasted carrots, cauliflower with olives, chicken mixed with broccoli paste, fig-olive tapenade, and plenty more. You’ll want to stuff the wrap with so many fillings that it’ll be a fork-and-knife affair, but if you want something more civilized, you opt for greens or grains as the base, instead of the dosa. Skip basic green juice in favor of a protein-packed “nut-milk cocktail,” like matcha-cardamom, or cashew-turmeric-ginger milk. Not all of the desserts are successful—perhaps because many are both gluten-free and vegan—but the zucchini bread is a standout. On your way out, you can also stock up on pantry items like housemade kale chips, raw quinoa, and Dr. Cow’s granola (but beware: prices are steep). There are seats in the back if you want to stay, but note that the atmosphere’s a bit stark and clinical. It’s best if you take your healthy bundle and walk to Washington Square.
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