Taking a bite out of The Big Apple

5 delicious and healthy spots to eat at in NYC,

without the influx of tourists!

New York City has an absolute abundance of places to eat, it is without a doubt you will find a place that satisfies your foodie craving!

But if you are anything like me, I cannot stand busy restaurants filled with too many tourists and a completely over priced menu (especially with our currency!). So I decided to find unique, healthy places where you can enjoy your meal in peace and experience the unique eateries New York has to offer. And they are delicious and healthy too, who could ask for more?

The Butchers Daughter

West Village, NYC

The Butcher’s Daughter is a plant-based restaurant, cafe, juice bar and “vegetable slaughterhouse.” They serve fruits and vegetables as an alternative to butcher meat: Chopping and carving fresh produce into healthy vegetarian dishes and pressing them into pretty juices.

They serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch and take pride in their daily-changing menu, which is 100% vegetarian, and mostly vegan and gluten-free.

One of their most famous meals is the avocado toast, though a simple dish it is absolutely delish as they create a unique twist to the dish! Their pressed juices are also utterly tasteful and I recommend everyone on the menu! In fact I recommend everything on the menu!

Jacks Wife Frieda

Lafyette Street, NYC

Jack’s Wife Freda is a lively all-day bistro executing American-Mediterranean cooking & classic cocktails in understated digs.  Its serves breakfast, lunch & dinner, 7 days a week.

Husband-and-wife owners have drawn on their New York restaurant backgrounds from Israel and South Africa respectively and their family histories to bring appealing new flavor to an urban archetype. They have created a hospitable hangout with a savvy all-day service, infused with a their warm and welcoming personalities and foods that reminds one of home! The cuisine is something of ones South African Israeli Jewish Grandmother Cuisine.

By CHLOE.

West Village, NYC

By Chloe main aim is to share delicious, wholesome, plant-based food that fuels and energizes without compromising flavor, taste or satisfaction. The menu is vegan driven and all ingredients are locally sourced and by fresh daily! The food is hearty, nourishing and from whole ingredients that can have a positive impact on ones overall mind, body and health.

This place is a whole other level of vegan and endless options, but I definitely recommend the sweet potato fries, they were out of this world!

Milk & Cream cereal bar

Chinatown, NYC

The line is always out of the door that’s seriously how good this place is! Based in Chinatown That will tug at your childhood heartstrings with a swirled confection that blends together cereal and ice cream You can customize your own special flavor by choosing from more than a dozen cereal mix-ins, toppings like fresh fruit and nuts, plus multiple finishing drizzles or just choose from pre-prepared specials like Froot Berry Bliss or The Big Apple Pie

OBAO

Hells Kitchen, NYC

OBAO bridges the gap from the streets of South East Asia to the Streets of NYC, bringing you combinations of various Thai and Vietnamese comfort foods with a twist. It takes various traditional dishes from Thailand and Vietnam like Pad Thai or Pho Noodles and adds their very own touch of luxury and elegance without ever compromising the dishes authenticity. At OBAO, you will be able taste the highest quality ingredients and at the same time experience comfort through food you never thought was possible.

The cocktails are also great and unique, and if you manage to make if for their happy hour its two for one! Happy hour runs from 4pm-7pm everyday.

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