Vegan Guide to New York City 2004

Vegan Guide to New York City 2004

by Rynn Berry, Cristina Abreu-Suzuki, Chris Abreu-Suzuki
     
 
New York has welcomed the wide world to its shores, and one result is the cornucopia of culinary styles and ethnic flavors packed into the city's myriad restaurants. This Guide is the key to finding your way -- for everyone from the curious and health-conscious to strict vegetarians and vegans (who eat no animal products at all). Detailed reviews of more than 100

Overview

New York has welcomed the wide world to its shores, and one result is the cornucopia of culinary styles and ethnic flavors packed into the city's myriad restaurants. This Guide is the key to finding your way -- for everyone from the curious and health-conscious to strict vegetarians and vegans (who eat no animal products at all). Detailed reviews of more than 100 restaurants will lead you to the best places for a satisfying meatless meal that won't strain your budget -- or, in a few cases, the perfect setting for an elegant treat. The authors have included valuable information on where to find cheap organic produce, bulk grains and exotic spices, as well as a seasonal schedule of the greenmarkets (farmer's markets) in the NYC area -- all of it listed by neighborhood for convenience and printed in a slim, compact format for easy portability.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780962616976
Publisher:
Pythagorean Publishers
Publication date:
09/15/2003
Edition description:
Ninth Edition, Revised & Updated
Pages:
70
Product dimensions:
5.54(w) x 7.28(h) x 0.22(d)

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