Tuesday, November 11, 2008


S'nice is a laid-back vegan and vegetarian sandwich and coffee shop in NYC's Greenwich Village. You'll find light vegan offerings for breakfast here. I've tried the tofu scramble wrap (Mexican-style with black beans) and vegan muffins (banana chocolate chip) and recommend both. They also offer an assortment of mock meat sandwiches and various salads. Recently, I tried a seasonal selection, the Thanksgiving leftover sandwich, served on a baguette filled with Tofurkey slices, gravy, Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes and cranberry chutney, served with a side salad. Delicious, and I didn't even have room to spare for a vegan red velvet cupcake or vegan chocolate cherry cookie. Look for the 'chicken' pot pie wrap on their menu in the winter. Just like grandma used to make, minus the dead chicken. My only negative experience there was the number of people hogging the tables during lunch time (the restaurant has supposedly returned free WiFi).

Visit them: 45 8th Ave, New York City (At W 4th St) or at their other location: 315 5th Ave, Brooklyn (At 3rd St)

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