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Sydney Brown / November 25, 2019
Apart from some of the best falafel we’ve ever had, we’ve also been loving the newest addition to Taim’s menu, the Impossible Kebab, which is entirely plant-based and absolutely delicious. This vegetarian twist on an Israeli classic is a crowd favorite full of flavor and traditional spices like cumin and paprika. Get yours in a platter, pita or in a salad with your favorite mezzes.
Paulie Gee’s has always been known for their variety, so it comes as no surprise that they were one of the first adopters of plant-based vegan pies. At the slice shop, they offer a Beyond Meat vegan pepperoni slice, a vegan Freddy Prince (an upside down Sicilian with Numu vegan mozzarella, Beyond Meat vegan sausage, tomato sauce and vegan parm) and MORE!
Impossible Foods introduced their very first plant based burger at Chang’s Momofuku Nishi. Reminiscent of a classic American cheeseburger, this beauty is comprised of thin patty with all the usual burger toppings, special sauce included.
Avocaderia specializes in all things well, avocado. But, they’ve recently added the “impossibowl” to their menu, a planted based bowl filled with greens, grains, roasted veg, sliced avocado, impossible meat meatballs, and a vegan chipotle dressing – ideal for vegetarians, vegans and meat-lovers alike.
Known for fun drinks, market fresh ingredients, and surfer vibes, Taco Dumbo also offers a large variety of vegan options on their menu. Must-orders here include the impossible meat taco topped with avocado, crunchy vegetables and beans on a blue corn tortilla and the loaded nachos with cashew queso and planted based beef.
UES favorite David Burke Tavern features a variety of seasonal and high-end dishes, and most recently, an impossible burger. This full-on double pattie veggie burger is made of pure plants disguised as juicy, delicious meat, topped with cheddar cheese and brussels sprouts, all between a toasted english muffin. Get yours for lunch or dinner any day of the week!
Special shoutout to Eclipse Foods for making incredible strides in the plant based food world with the very first plant based ice cream. They say that “cows wish they made dairy this creamy” and their ice cream definitely backs this up. You can try Eclipse Foods ice cream at OddFellows where they’re currently serving miso cherry olive oil plum ice cream.
Sydney Brown / February 28, 2019
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