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83 Very Good

Jean-Georges Vongerichten and a former Pure Food & Wine vet take on dosas, juices, and sprout recipes.

38 E. 19th St., New York, NY, 10003


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Yes, the pale, cleanly antiseptic décor can look a little too much — on bright, hung-over mornings — like the cafeteria of a high-priced rehab facility, and if you happen to be a grumpy old carnivore, everybody in the room seems to look a little happier and healthier than you. But it’s hard to argue with the range, inventive quality, or the execution of Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s meatless, veggie-saturated culinary vision, which includes an edifying selection of salads, protein shakes, fruit bowls, and legumes; all sorts of artful (and surprisingly filling) rice and noodle options; and what is arguably the finest breakfast service in this breakfast-mad town.

Adam Platt

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DrinksFull Bar

Noise LevelCivilized