2023: Brooklyn Voted The VSPOT Best Vegan Restaurant!

156 5th Avenue, Brooklyn
(718) 928-8778 – vspot.nyc

The VSPOT Brooklyn is a popular vegan restaurant that has been making waves in the New York City food scene. With its mouth-watering plant-based dishes and cozy ambiance, it has quickly become a favorite among vegans and non-vegans alike. The restaurant’s extensive menu boasts a wide range of vegan options, including traditional Latin American dishes like empanadas, arepas, and tacos. Customers rave about the delicious flavors and fresh ingredients used in every dish. The VSPOT Brooklyn’s commitment to using only the highest quality, locally sourced ingredients has earned them a loyal following of health-conscious foodies who appreciate the restaurant’s eco-friendly practices.

2022: Brooklyn Voted Jungle Cafe Best Vegan Restaurant!

Jungle Cafe
156 5th Ave, Brooklyn
(347) 987-4981junglecafenyc@gmail.com

Jungle Cafe in the heart of Greenpoint prides itself on being “deliciously vegan.” This community-oriented Greenpoint Avenue eatery is dedicated to nutritious, wholesome vegan food at a reasonable cost. By using high quality ingredients, utilizing conscious preparation by employees, and eliminating animal products, Jungle Cafe comes ready to better its patrons and the environment – all while nourishing the soul. “Created by the community, for the community,” as its mission reads, Jungle Cafe has something for everyone on its menu — from “Beyond Beef” empanadas and macro bowls to kid-friendly grilled “cheese” sandwhiches. It’s no wonder they’re best in the borough when it comes to vegetarian restaurants!

2021: Brooklyn Voted V Spot Best Vegan Restaurant!

V Spot
156 5th Ave.
(718) 928-8778 – www.vspot.restaurant

Looking for some delicious vegan comfort food? Stop by the VSPOT for a bite! Founded in Park Slope by Danny Carabaño, the VSPOT pulls from Danny and his brother Alex’s Colombian roots to transform their Latin comfort food menu into delicious vegan offerings. Everything on the menu is completely vegan-friendly and totally delicious; it will taste like you are biting into the original dish that you would find in Colombia. From empanadas and nachos to burritos and chicharron, you won’t find yourself missing its meaty counterparts when you take a bite of the VSPOT’s food. Be sure to top off your meal with a dairy-free milkshake or smoothie!

2020: Brooklyn Voted Champs Diner Best Vegan Restaurant!

Champs Diner
197 Meserole St, Brooklyn
(718) 599-2743 – www.champsdiner.com

When trying to impress a vegan friend, look no further than Champs Diner. While maintaining a laid back, no-fuss environment, this restaurant’s vegan cuisine is off the charts with an eclectic menu that some can’t believe is vegan! Since its opening five years ago, Champs Diner has become a popular brunch and late-night dining destination. Offering delivery on Seamless and Grubhub, diners can now enjoy their favorite vegan Early Bird Burrito or Philly Cheese Steak from the comfort of their home!

2019: Brooklyn Voted V Spot Best Vegan Restaurant!

V Spot
156 5th Ave.
(718) 928-8778 – www.vspot.restaurant

VSPOT was founded in Park Slope in 2006 by Danny Carabaño, a former Brooklyn Tech math teacher and current compassionate plant based foodie. VSPOT rapidly became known for its unique empanadas, spicy buffalo strips and traditional Colombian dishes such as arepas but with a vegan twist. They have hosted food competitions, fundraisers, birthday parties, book signings, stand up comedy shows and even started a popup vegan market. VSPOT is a vegan place that allows you to choose from a ton of options, for everyone from the experienced vegan eater to someone who’s looking to take their first foray into vegan cuisine. Supported by a helpful staff and reasonably priced, VSPOT serves the community with healthy options and great food that doesn’t sacrifice taste for health.

2017: Brooklyn Voted WILD GINGER Best Vegan Restaurant!

112 Smith Street
(718) 858-3880 – www.pauliegee.com

Who says vegans can’t have a little fun? They can at Wild Ginger Pan-Asian V egan Cuisine. The eatery, at home on Smith Street, utilizes staple ingredients like seitan and soy in their Pan-Asian vegan cuisine, all of which is served up in a warm, wood-walled space. Among its most popular dishes are the Wild Ginger Macro Bowl, the Pad Thai Noodles and its own vegan version of General Tso’s. With a plethora of options, and a family-friendly atmosphere, it’s no wonder Wild Ginger runs away with the title of best vegan restaurant in Brooklyn.