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  • 1. Atit Thai

    Your eyes may water, and a bit of sweat may appear on your brow, but that’s a good thing at Atit Thai. Choose from mild, medium, hot, and “Thai spicy” heat levels (be warned!) from a menu that appeases everyone, including vegans. The freshly prepared, made-from-scratch dishes are worth the wait; one recommendation is the Read more...

    2. Jolo’s Kitchen

    Related: 10 Vegetarian Restaurants for Plant-Based Dining in Westchester   Main Photo By Jolo's Kitchen    

    3. Sweet Grass Grill

    Vegetarians and omnivores alike adore Sweet Grass Grill for its casual vibe and seasonal meals. The menu rotates regularly, thanks to the focus on local produce, so expect dishes that are a little bit different each time. Keep it light with a salad or sandwich, or dive into real-deal veggie fare like house-made GF potato Read more...

    4. Falafel Place

    Featuring “Mediterranean staples and a new take on New York falafel,” this busy and friendly strip mall quick stop boasts an endless array of filling side items like tabbouleh salad, baba ghanoush, and tzatziki to complement a variety of hummus plates, eggplant or falafel pita sandwiches, and spicy shakshuka.   10 Vegetarian Restaurants for Plant-Based Read more...

    5. Good Choice Kitchen

    For a burrito you can feel extra good about, run don’t walk to this local vegan and organic spot that offers a burrito with beans, yam, greens, avocado, and salsa in a wheat or red lentil wrap. (Pro tip: The red lentil wrap is GF, so pretty much everyone can enjoy it.)   Related: Where Read more...

    6. Dig Inn

    At Dig Inn, Westchesterites can expect a true farm-to-counter experience, even at a fast-casual chain. They source their ingredients from nearby farms within a 300-mile radius — including many in New York — and align with producers who share their views on sustainable farming. What you won’t see at any of their restaurants are artificial Read more...

    7. Falafel Taco

    This restaurant combines Mexican and Israeli flavors, resulting in original and flavorful hybrid offerings. The Ma Bett’s Old Clothes Taco is one of their unique staples, a slow-cooked brisket recipe taken from generations back with a cultural twist, adding mayo mixed with zhoug (a spicy, Middle Eastern chili sauce), plus roasted tomato salsa, cilantro, and Read more...
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  • 9. Trailside Cafe

    The appeal of this homey, eclectically furnished café for hikers and health junkies goes beyond its convenient location just steps off the North County Trailway. There are smoothies and fresh juices using organic produce (whenever possible); gluten-free baked goods, many made in-house; açai and pitaya bowls; homemade soups; and an all-day breakfast menu.
  • 10. The Reading Room

    At this bookstore-coffee shop, you won’t need to be told to eat your vegetables twice when it comes to these veggie toasts. The ever-popular Brussel sprouts toast is always on the menu — with perfectly crispy sprouts, sweet-potato hummus, ginger mustard, and spiced seeds and nuts. Then there are rotating seasonal specials, such as a Read more...
  • 11. Masala Kraft CafÈ

  • 12. The Little Beet

  • 13. PK Blendz Juice Bar