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Pure Food and Wine

Map & Directions 54 Irving Place
New York, NY 10003
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212-477-1010
  • Raw Food, Vegan
  • Daily 12pm-4pm, Daily 5:30pm-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Recommended, Accepted
  • No Parking

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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. Our menu is entirely plant based and does not use any processed ingredients. Nothing is heated above approximately 118 degrees in order to preserve vitamins, minerals, and enzymes.

 
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  • AskMen on 03/04/11

    Healthy drinks, like fresh juice & soda with ginger mint & lime. They also have amazing desserts, (the healthier kind) - made with agave & honey -- more natural ingredients, better for you.

  • Charlie O. on 02/27/11

    The desserts here are ridiculously good, even though they have no meat in them.

  • Village Voice on 11/14/11

    Winner of Best Patio Dining in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue! The back garden and surprisingly delicious raw food make it an urban oasis.

  • BlackboardEats on 02/17/11

    Pure’s fine-dining treatment of vegan and raw food—too often considered not the stuff of eating out—has been a real coup for vegetarians, not to mention plenty of meat-and-potato-types who appreciate

  • Mark E S. on 09/19/12

    One of my favorite patios on the planet and he food is amazing!

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