the { foodie } life – Top 7 Wellness NYC Eateries for 2015

Here are the {new york} life’s top 7 wellness NYC eateries for 2015.  From the Little Beet Table to Pure food and wine,  is an eclectic mix of old-school classics, trendy hot spots and stellar newcomers for that we want to highlight as wonderful wellness options.  

The little Beet Table

The Little Beet Table
333 Park Avenue South

The Little Beet Table is the full service offshoot of its fast casual counterpart, The Little Beet, and serves Lunch and Dinner. Bringing healthy wholesome cooking to a larger scale with a dedicated vegetable category on the menu, and several vegetable sides that range from roasted carrots with whipped ricotta, sumac, and pistachios to beans with chorizo.

The Butchers Daughter Black White Quinoa Salad

The Butchers Daughter
19 Kenmare Street

The Butcher’s Daughter serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. They take pride in their daily-changing menu, which is 100% vegetarian and non-dairy. Most of the menu items are vegan and gluten-free.

Sweetgreen Tribeca

Sweetgreen Tribeca
413 Greenwich Street

Founded in 2007, sweetgreen is a destination for delicious food that’s both healthy for you and aligned with your values. They source local and organic ingredients from farmers.

Pure Food and Wine
Pure Food and Wine
54 Irving Place

In the summer of 2004, Pure Food and Wine opened its doors as New York City’s first upscale raw vegan restaurant. Located on Irving Place, just one block from Union Square and its giant farmer’s market, the restaurant offers a warm and inviting setting with a menu full of creative and seasonal raw dishes, a long and thoughtful wine list, and seasonal sake cocktails.


Hu Kitchen
78 5th Avenue

Their slogan “Get Back to Human” is explained on their website as eating foods with ingredients that are as pre-industrial as possible. Pre-industrial food (PIF) is food with ingredients that could have existed before the Industrial Revolution. It’s food that hasn’t been constructed in a laboratory and chemically processed, refined, and stripped down to its basic elements. 

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 DF Mavens
37 St. Marks Place

This just opened in the East Village, and it’s New York City’s biggest vegan ice cream shop yet, with all kinds of creative flavors, a juice bar, and other treats for the meat- and dairy-averse.


 Lyfe Kitchen
248 West 55th Street

Great food can do amazing things. It can make you feel better. It can support local farms. Promote sustainability. Reward environmentally sound businesses. Give back to the community. This is the mission statement of Lyfe Kitchen


Claudia Saez-Fromm

An entrepreneur, innovator, and singularly successful real estate salesperson, fitness fiend, foodie, mommy, and fashion fan.

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