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Vegan BBQ in a Wild West, East Village Saloon

(image courtesy of Honeybee’s)

The city is full of places to get very specific types of consumable items. If you’re looking for bone broth you can sip like a latte, there’s a kiosk for that. Mango fried rice made with Arizona Iced Tea? You can find it at Mission Chinese in Bushwick. But if you’ve wanted to imbibe high-end whiskey cocktails in a Wild West setting that also serves up an entirely vegan BBQ menu, you were out of luck up until last week, when Ravi DeRossi’s new bar Honeybee’s opened in the East Village.

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Plant-Based Picture Show: Alamo Drafthouse To Offer Vegan Menu

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema’s Roast Veggie Quinoa Bowl (Photo: www.hlkfotos.com)

If you’ve never been able to awkwardly murmur your food order to a server in the dark while a movie is playing due to your dietary restrictions, soon you will have your time to shine. Indeed, Alamo Drafthouse will unveil a new vegan menu this Tuesday, so even those who refrain from animal product consumption can feel anxiety about whether or not they’re chewing too loudly during a crowded showing of A Quiet Place where no one seems to be eating anything crunchy but you. More →

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Salma Hayak’s Cleanse Guru Has Opened a Juice Bar On Bedford Ave

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(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

After opening 11 locations in Manhattan, Juice Generation has come to Brooklyn via Bedford Avenue. As you can see, the raw juicer, which launched in Midtown in 1999 and opened a kitchen in Long Island City ten years later, is relishing its new Williamsburg outpost with a mural of the Manhattan Bridge in the back room, where there’s also an enclosed plant display (and free wifi!).
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