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.
Hazelnut and Ale Crostini with Porcini Mascarpone ($15.00)
Drunken calimyrna figs, lemon balm, fig balsamic.
Curried Vegetables with Sprouted Quinoa Poppadom ($22.00)
coconut cumin, cilantro mint, and tomato tamarind sauces
Zucchini and Local Greenhouse Tomato Lasagna ($24.00)
basil pistachio pesto, sun-dried tomato marinara, macadamia pumpkin seed ricotta
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