Remember when vegan selections were a blip on the dinner menu? It was hard to eat out at all if you chose a vegan lifestyle. These days, whole sections of the menu are dedicated to vegan dining. Even that’s not enough; now you’ll discover vegan restaurants popping up in nearly every New York City neighborhood. Vegan restaurants are building their brands with unique spins on the vegan dishes. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
© Avant Garden
Avant Garden has one simple mission: to raise the bar on fine vegan dining, and Chef Tony Mongeluzzi does it with ease. He uses his extensive ingredients – greens, fruits, veggies, grains, nuts, legumes, spices, and herbs – to create masterpieces that are creative, gorgeous, and delectable all at once. Beginning with his Toasts that include items like Fennel Hummus with caramelized fennel puree, orange, and walnut to his Hots like Pappardelle with house-made pasta, Pomodoro, and herbed gremolata. These perfectly crafted dishes allow the ingredients to be truly appreciated for their individual flavors while complementing their counterparts for a truly Avant Garde vegan experience.
130 East 7th Street, New York, NY, Phone: 646-922-7948
© Seasoned Vegan
Seasoned Vegan is owned and operated by a mother and son duo, Brenda and Aaron Beener, who pride themselves on providing a 100% organic, vegan menu while designing dishes that can satisfy even the most unconvinced omnivore. Their global menu is inspired by Italian, Asian, American, Middle Eastern, and Caribbean recipes, all made with a soulful twist. Simply put, they describe it as “the food you love, veganized.” Diners will appreciate everything from the pizza quesadilla to the tuna roll starters, followed by an assortment of burgers, wraps, salads, and eclectic entrees like their Crawfish in garlic basil.
55 St. Nicholas Avenue, Harlem, New York, Phone: 212-222-0092
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3.By Chloe (West Village)
© By Chloe
By Chloe was created via a partnership between ESquared Hospitality and Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars” winner and vegan Chloe Coscarelli to provide quality vegan food to multiple parts of the nation. Diners at the West Village location in New York can delight in a wholesome, plant-based menu that is designed to nourish and energize the body. By Chloe’s menu consists of traditional American fare made vegan-style and features fresh salads, sandwiches, burgers, a few pastas, and even a brunch menu. With dishes like the Whisky BBQ sandwich with smoky Portobello mushrooms and sietan, sautéed kale, onion marmalade, grilled pineapple, and bourbon barbeque. What’s not to love?
185 Bleecker Street, New York, NY, Phone: 212-290-8000
4.Beyond Sushi (Chelsea Market)
© Beyond Sushi
Beyond Sushi is the premier eatery for 100% vegan, plant-based sushi created by esteemed Chef Guy Vaknin and his wife Tali. They’re committed to providing an all-natural, sustainable, and compassionate menu that reduces their ecological footprint while also nourishing and creating a bold standard of clean eating for their customers. Their menu is a contemporary take on traditional sushi rolls, and other nutritional staples. Guests will find everything from unique rolls like Sunny Side, and Spicy Mang created with an assortment of whole grains, fruits, and vegetable pairings to house specialties such as dumplings, paper wraps, noodle soups, and noodle salads. More Things to Do in NYC
75 9th Avenue, New York, NY, Phone: 212-929-2889
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5.Vegan Restaurants NYC: Toad Style
© Toad Style
Toad Style is a quirky neighborhood spot in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood of New York City. They serve American-style vegan food in kung fu-style surroundings. Their simple, classic menu is 100% vegan, free of soy and palm oil, and it is gluten free to boot. Diners can indulge in select, but oh-so-delicious sandwiches and out-of-this-world sides with an emphasis on all things fried. The Toad Style house burger features a mushroom and lentil patty topped with almond cheese, aioli, and traditional fixings, which can be paired with hand-cut fries, cheese or pizza fries, fried cauliflower, or fried pickles.
93 Ralph Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, Phone: 347-789-1589
6.Blossom Restaurant (Chelsea)
© Blossom Restaurant
Blossom Restaurant was established in 2005 by animal and food loving co-founders Pamela Blackwell and Ronen Seri. Their original location is in a historic Chelsea townhouse, the perfect eatery for those wanting an intimate dining experience. The menu draws from only fresh, organic ingredients that come directly from small distribution centers and local farms to create delectable earth and animal-friendly dishes. The restaurant serves up lunch, brunch, and dinner daily, and guests will find starters such as Buffalo Risotto Croquettes, breakfast delights like the Blossom Benedict, and dinner entrees like their Seiten Scallopini with white wine, lemon caper sauce, and sautéed kale served with truffle mashed potatoes.
187 9th Avenue, New York, NY, Phone: 212-627-1144
7.Blossom du Jour
© Blossom du Jour
Restaurateur Pamela Elizabeth in 2010 established Blossom du Jour when she decided to fill the ever-growing need of the masses’ searching for healthy fast food. Every one of their dishes is environmentally conscious, healthy, 100% vegan, and made-to-order quickly. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and guests can choose from an assortment of delicious breakfast bowls, wraps, and muffins as well as salads, sandwiches, burgers, sides, smoothies, and shakes. Visitors can get their day going with a Benedict Wrap and end it with a juicy Beet Burger with some Buffalo Cauliflower Bites, Onion Rings, or Mac N Cheese on the side.
259 W. 23rd Street, New York, NY, Phone: 212-229-2595
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8.Franchia Vegan Cafe
© Franchia Vegan Cafe
Franchia Vegan Café offers a casual take on the more refined principles of Asian fusion vegan dining. This multi-level space evokes a contemporary elegance with traditional Korean decor, and it is the perfect eatery for a quick bite during lunch or an evening of laughter with friends. Their eclectic menu provides varied selections for both lunch and dinner, which include sushi and vegan tapas. Guests will find Quick Bites such as Crispy Scallion and Spicy Kimchi pancakes, an assortment of dumpling offerings, and specialties like Singapore Curry Angel Hair – thin rice noodles with vegetables, and “lobster” balls stir fried in a house-made curry sauce.
12 Park Avenue, New York, NY, Phone: 212-213-1001
© Candle 79
Candle 79 is the upscale sister restaurant to the extremely popular Candle Café. This premier vegan oasis provides fresh food from the farm straight to the table. Visitors will enjoy a completely sustainable experience from their organic, locally sourced, and seasonally creative menu to their eco-bar featuring organic wines, craft beers, and signature spirits. Their menu consists of brunch, lunch, dinner, and dessert options along with ever-changing daily specials. Homestyle Pancakes topped with seasonal fruit, Nuevos Rancheros utilizing spicy tempeh potato hash, and polenta cake Benedicts start it off, with Pan Seared Dumplings, Spaghetti & Wheat Balls, and Herb Grilled Cauliflower bringing it home.
154 East 79th Street, New York, NY, Phone: 212-537-7179
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10.Vegan Restaurants NYC: Candle Cafe
© Candle Café
The Candle Café has a long history in the Upper East Side neighborhood, dating all the way back to 1984. Over the years, it has changed hands, but it has always remained a community staple. It is currently the well-known, casual local hot spot for those looking for delectable vegan food. The restaurant boasts a menu that features only local, organic, seasonal ingredients, and guests consistently receive dishes that do not disappoint the palate. Their eclectic menu consists of small plates like Truffle Potato Fries with acai-chipotle aioli, appetizers like Fried Avocado Tacos, and mains like the Portobello & Black Bean Burger and Mexican Lasagna.
1307 Third Avenue, New York, NY, Phone: 212-472-0970
11.Caravan of Dreams
© Caravan of Dreams
Caravan of Dreams is owned by Angel Moreno, a Spanish expat who brought his passion for health, food, music, community, and the arts to East Village in 1991. Moreno’s deep respect for the elements shows through in the restaurant’s green design elements like energy-saving lighting and structured water. He has developed an all-vegan menu using only organic and kosher verified ingredients and created everything from Beet Ravioli starters to Warm Brownie Sundaes for dessert. Hearty items like the Caravan Burrito stuffed with Sietan, black beans, Spanish rice, sautéed vegetables, and traditional toppings can be found next to light and fresh choices like the Green Garden Platter.
405 East 6th Street, New York, NY, Phone: 212-254-1613
12.Vegetarian Restaurants NYC: Go Zen
© Go Zen
Go Zen is a beautiful creation that came about after two of the most well respected vegetarian restaurants, Zen Palate and Gobo, closed. The cooking staffs of both locations decided to join forces and create Go Zen with an entirely vegan menu that incorporated a few of the signature dishes from the previous locations. Their commitment to the health of their guests is what has inspired them to create an innovative, organic, and natural Asian-infused menu. Guests will find handmade Happy Dumplings, Cedar Sauteed Udon, Pad Thai, Pesto Linguine, and even a Go Zen house burger, among other delights.
144 W 4th Street, New York, NY, Phone: 212-260-7130
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© Le Botaniste
Le Botaniste restaurant offers a responsible food concept that caters to the health of their patrons and planet. Their 100% botanical and 99% organic Eastern Hemisphere-inspired menu consists of plant-based bowls that feature a starch base, sauce topping, and choice of garnish. Guests can choose from small bowls like their Young Coconut Ceviche and large bowls like their Dirty Noodle, or they can create one of their own. The DIY Bowls allow guests to get creative, choosing from bases such as potato and quinoa topped with their choice of more than ten sauces and garnished with one of six options such as root vegetables and turmeric onions.
833 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, Phone: 917-262-0766
14.LuAnne's Wild Ginger All-Asian Vegan
© LuAnne’s Wild Ginger All-Asian Vegan
LuAnne’s Wild Ginger features a Pan-Asian fusion that offers a little something from every country around Asia, including Japan, India, Vietnam, and Thailand. They expertly utilize seitan and soy in place of egg, meat, and dairy to create exotic dishes that delight. Entrees like the Black Pepper Seiten that feature thinly sliced medallion of wheat protein sautéed in black-pepper brown sauce and laid on a bed of Chinese broccoli are great for those looking to get a little mock-meat fix. For those who love the plant-based dishes, the house Bi-Bam Bap is an excellent choice; just be sure to top it off with their house-made peanut sauce.
380 Broome Street, New York, NY, Phone: 212-966-1883
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15.Mother of Pearl
© Mother of Pearl
Mother of Pearl offers a delightful Polynesian fruit and vegetable focused menu allowing plant-based proteins to take center stage. This begins with their plates for sharing, which include items like Apple & Sweet Potato Poke with pomegranate, pumpkin seed, tomatillo, and forbidden rice and their Butternut Squash Dumplings with cabbage and red chili vinegar. For main dishes, guests can choose from menu items such as the Pearl Burger, a vegetable and grain patty topped with charred pineapple, pickled jalapeno, onion, and lime chili aioli. On the lighter side, they have Avocado and Ricotta Toast, which is sourdough topped with sriracha maple syrup and black lava salt.
95 Avenue A, New York, NY, Phone: 212-614-6818
© Peacefood Cafe
Peacefood Café was founded in 2009 by two vegans, Eric and Peter, who shared the simple idea that “peace begins on your plate.” They hope to demonstrate how tastefully easy non-violence can be with their delectable food. The completely vegan menu consists of soups, salads, sandwiches, focaccia, pizzas, vegetables, and raw dishes. Guests will find everything from the Other Caesar salad and a modern twist on lasagna to Asian Greens and a sushi roll made with walnut pate and seasonal julienne vegetables served with a jicama-carrot medley and topped with avocado. Diners can finish with a tasty snack like oatmeal-cranberry cookies or mini brownies.
460 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY, Phone: 212-362-2266
© Red Bamboo
Red Bamboo in historic Greenwich Village is a restaurant committed to redefining veganism with their comfort food-style vegan menu that utilizes mock seafood and meat to create innovative dishes. Open since 2002, the restaurant consistently adds new items to its already homey menu, including favorites like tater tots, chicken and fish tacos, curry wings, and even a classic breakfast sandwich. With burgers, sandwiches, heroes, salads, and an eclectic list of main dishes, guests can enjoy hearty choices such as the Philly Cheese Steak with tender roasted beef slices, caramelized onions, and melted vegan Daiya cheddar topped with BBQ sauce on toasted hero bread.
140 West 4th Street, New York, NY, Phone: 212-260-1212
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© Sacred Chow
The Sacred Chow restaurant is owned and operated by Chef Cliff Preefer. He created a place where guests could enjoy cuisine without sacrificing their values in relation to sustainability and ethics. His menu is 100% plant-based, organic, and kosher, and items are hand-made. Sacred Chow, designed to provide fresh, quality food that tastes good, was voted the number one vegan restaurant in NYC by Zagat. The classic menu offers soups, salads, paninis, burgers, tapa towers, power bowls, brunch items, and heavenly desserts. Guests can indulge in everything from Belgian waffles to Mama’s Meatball Parm panini, pan seared in spicy Sicilian sauce, and topped with melted parmesan and fresh basil.
227 Sullivan Street, New York, NY, Phone: 212-337-0863
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Souen has been serving natural, organic, vegan food to New York patrons since 1971, and they’ve only gotten better with time. Their menu consists of real traditional Japanese fare and divine Macrobiotic dishes designed to improve diners’ immune systems and help them live a more harmonious life. They prepare their food simply and naturally, utilizing traditional prep methods whenever they can to maintain the integrity and flavors of the food. Guests can enjoy items like Broccoli Tofu served over brown rice, a gigantic do-it-yourself sushi roll with choice of more than 10 fillings, and various soba, Udon, or rice noodle dishes.
210 Sixth Avenue, New York, NY, Phone: 212-807-7421
20.The Butcher's Daughter
© The Butcher’s Daughter
The Butcher’s Daughter gets its name by treating fruits and vegetables with the same precision and care as a butcher would meat; they filet, carve, and chop their way to healthy, organic, vegan dishes and satisfying juices. Their menu utilizes fresh produce from local farms to promote sustainability and freshness at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Diners will find a changeable menu based on the seasons featuring classic American dishes as well as a few outliers like the Bangers and Mash. Starters, salads, toasts, burgers, and sandwiches make up most of their lunch and dinner menus with a number of interesting main dishes like their Raw Pesto Linguini.
581 Hudson Street, New York, NY, Phone: 917-388-2132
21.Modern Love Brooklyn
© Modern Love Brooklyn
Modern Love Brooklyn offers innovative vegan food in an upscale romantic ambiance. The menu was created by owner Isa, who provides a down-to-earth approach to her culinary genius with a simple menu of elegant dishes from the appetizers to the desserts. Appetizers include items such as Brussels & Bacon with roasted carrot puree, shitake bacon, and flowers, Deviled Potatoes, and Truffle Poutine. Entrees include Bourbon Maple BBQ Tempeh, Hen of the Woods Piccata, and Jerk Yuba with Curry & Coconut Rice. For dessert, diners can indulge in warm cherry cobbler, warm brownie with peanut butter ice cream, and raspberry cheesecake, among others.
310 Union Ave, Brooklyn, NY, Phone: 929-298-0626
© VLife NYC
VLife is a quaint fast-food-style vegan restaurant with a bright and airy atmosphere and an extensive menu. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and guests will find smoothies, breakfast sandwiches, burgers, salads, sandwiches, wraps, brown rice bowls, and desserts. One of the best features of VLife is that they allow their guests to design their own dishes. To create a burger of their own, diners can choose from more than ten alternative meat sources, including soy pepper-steak and black bean patties. Then they can add in up to four toppings from kale to sundried tomatoes and top it off with one of their signature sauces.
348 7th Avenue, New York, NY, Phone: 212-760-1900
23.VSPOT Cafe and Tapas
© VSPOT Cafe and Tapas
Brothers Danny and Alex Carabano and their friend Steven Simicich founded VSPOT Café & Tapas. They cater to the vegan diner with offerings of the Colombian variety. There are three locations with the East Village café housing the largest menu of the bunch, serving lunch, dinner, and brunch on the weekends. They get most of their acclaim from their traditional empanadas such as the Columbian packed with potato, carrot, onion, cilantro, Latin seasoned Seitan and served with fresh guacamole, but they serve much more. Arepas, tostadas, quesadillas, tacos, burritos, wraps, burgers, and house-made specialty entrees such as their Bandeja Paisa are also on the menu.
12 St. Marks Place, New York, NY, Phone: 646-964-4798
25 Best Vegan Restaurants in NYC
- Avant Garden, Photo: Avant Garden
- Seasoned Vegan, Photo: Seasoned Vegan
- By Chloe (West Village), Photo: By Chloe
- Beyond Sushi (Chelsea Market), Photo: Beyond Sushi
- Vegan Restaurants NYC: Toad Style, Photo: Toad Style
- Blossom Restaurant (Chelsea), Photo: Blossom Restaurant
- Blossom du Jour, Photo: Blossom du Jour
- Franchia Vegan Cafe, Photo: Franchia Vegan Cafe
- Candle 79, Photo: Candle 79
- Vegan Restaurants NYC: Candle Cafe, Photo: Candle Café
- Caravan of Dreams, Photo: Caravan of Dreams
- Vegetarian Restaurants NYC: Go Zen, Photo: Go Zen
- Le Botaniste, Photo: Le Botaniste
- LuAnne's Wild Ginger All-Asian Vegan, Photo: LuAnne’s Wild Ginger All-Asian Vegan
- Mother of Pearl, Photo: Mother of Pearl
- Peacefood Cafe, Photo: Peacefood Cafe
- Red Bamboo, Photo: Red Bamboo
- Sacred Chow, Photo: Sacred Chow
- Souen (SoHo), Photo: Souen
- The Butcher's Daughter, Photo: The Butcher’s Daughter
- Modern Love Brooklyn, Photo: Modern Love Brooklyn
- VLife NYC, Photo: VLife NYC
- VSPOT Cafe and Tapas, Photo: VSPOT Cafe and Tapas
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NY Attraction Spotlight: Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College
Visiting Bard College’s Fisher Center (for the performing arts) in NY allows visitors to see some top-notch performances not only by guest stars but also by up and coming students who will be the wave of the future of performance. See a show, listen to some classical music, and take in performance art that is likely to be unlike anything guests have ever seen before.
The Fisher Center is stunning, even before guests walk through the door. With architectural design by the famous Frank Gehry, the center is itself a performance. Opened in 2003, the center exists not only as a performance space but also a laboratory school that allows students to explore the arts so that they can find who they are as artists. The center hosts multiple theaters (seating from 200 to 900 people) allow for a wide variety of performance types.
As the Center focuses on live arts performances, the majority of the attractions here are live theater based and rotate seasonally. Please check the website prior to a visit to verify what live production will be featured.
Summerscape - Bard Summerscape is a seven-week long arts fest that is held during July and August. First produced in 2002, the fest is held as a sister fest with the music festival at the college, so Summerscape is often a celebration of theater, film, music, opera, and dance.
Bard Music Fest - The festival, run as a sister fest to Summerscape, is an annual classical music focused festival hosted at the center in August. It has been hosted at the center since 1990 in an attempt to find a more contemporary way to engage modern audiences in classical music. Every year focuses on a single composer and present a series based on that composer.
Spiegeltent - Spiegeltent, a Dutch word which roughly translates to “mirror tent” in English, is a huge tent on the center property that hosts evenings full of unforgettable cabaret performances and entertainment performed late in the evening with performers that are considered world class. Many of the themes are adult in nature and guests must be 18 or over unless they are accompanied by either a parent or a guardian. For the after-hour performances, no one under 21 is admitted.
Conservatory Weekends - Sunday afternoons offer a variety of special concerts performed by students of the college of music, with special guests and faculty. Ticket sales benefit the scholarship fund at the conservatory.
Spring Events - Winter and Spring at the center bring a unique variety of performances - from jazz, to rare repertoire, to more contemporary performances. Check the frequently updated website for dates, times, and pieces being performed.
Fall Events - Fall is its own season at the center, every season new and different and focusing on performances both by guest artists, faculty, and students alike. Make sure to check the website for additional information, including date, time, and price.
Live Arts Bard - Also known as LAB, the residency program (as well as the commissioning program) at the center and college functions as a laboratory helping develop professional artists in dance, theater, and other types of performing arts. The LAB program allows artists to experiment, test different performance ideas, and develop projects that are often premiered there are the center.
In addition to the many regular events and festivals that the center for the performing arts puts on throughout the year, the center is also available for rentals.
The most common type of special event that the center is rented out for are performances. The rental also includes the potential to rent the theater(s), studios(s) and even the lobby! Discounts are offered for not-for-profit organizations as well as employees and family members of the center for the performing arts.
There is a rental inquiry form available on the website for interested parties, complete with the specifics of each available rental options and price averages. There are also PDF files customers can download with even more information on each area so that potential renters can look at each option and decide which will be best for the special event they plan to host. The summer tends to book up especially quick, so make sure to contact the center with as much advanced notice as possible to make sure it will be available.
Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College, 60 Manor Avenue, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, NY 12504-5000, Phone: 845-758-7914
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NY Attraction Spotlight: The Horticultural Society of New York
Founded way back in 1900, The Horticultural Society of New York was created in order to share and spread love, passion, and knowledge of horticulture via the organization of shows, lectures, meetings, and other events.
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Now, with over a century of experience and hard work behind it, the society has grown to incorporate many different gardens all over the city. NYC is famed for it skyscrapers and sprawling urban metropolis, but it's also home to a lot of greenery and natural life, and The Horticultural Society of New York works to preserve the plants of NYC and harness their power for positive change through the following programs:
- Apple Seed - Just as a little apple seed can grow up into a huge tree providing food for generations, the Apple Seed program is focused on the power of youth. This program involves the construction of learning gardens in public schools around NYC, designed to help the children develop an understanding and awareness of horticulture and how it affects our lives through the production of fresh fruits, vegetables, and more.
- Greenhouse - The power of plants can be seen in many ways, and the Greenhouse program is perhaps one of the most unique. This program provides horticultural therapy to those incarcerated at Rikers Island, teaching them valuable skills and perhaps even inspiring them to change their lives and aspire to something greater in the future.
- Greenteam - The Greenteam for The Horticultural Society of New York works to provide employment to at-risk individuals and former offenders as they work towards getting full-time jobs and building new lives.
- Neighborhood Plaza - This program aims to add some life and color to the gray streets of NYC by adding plants and gardens to public spaces in low-income areas around the city.
- NY Digs - Finally, the NY Digs program offers horticultural workshops and classes to raise awareness about plants and the significance of horticulture, changing views and inspiring people to think differently about plants in their own daily lives.
Support the Horticultural Society of New York
The Horticultural Society of New York is doing some inspirational work to promote green spaces and gardens all around New York City. Not just content with maintaining and promoting these gardens, the society actually harnesses their beauty and power for some wonderful educational and therapeutic causes, and if you admire the work being done and want to help out, there are a lot of different options available to you:
- Donations - The Horticultural Society of New York accepts one off or monthly donations and relies on the kindness and generosity of caring people to support its various projects and efforts.
- Membership - Those really wishing to support The Horticultural Society of New York in a regular way can choose to sign up for membership of the 'Friends of the Hort'. All members are invited to an annual meeting and reception event, as well as receiving advance notice of various workshops and classes around NYC. Membership is available from as low as $50, with options available for families and groups of friends too.
- Attend Special Events - The society runs various special events and fundraisers all through the year, with examples including the 'Annual Fall Luncheon' and the 'New York Flower Show Gala'. These events can be a lot of fun for attendees of all ages, and all the money raised goes back into the society to be used for future events, projects, and conservation efforts. Attending these events and showing your support is a great way to help out.
- Spread The Word - If you don't have the budget to offer financial support to the society for the moment but still want to help out this great cause, simply spreading the word by telling your family, friends, colleagues, and other people about the society and the great work it does is always helpful. The more people know about The Horticultural Society of New York, the more support it will ultimately receive, so it's always a great idea to speak about the society with as many people as possible, especially those who care about gardens, green spaces, and nature.
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NY Attraction Spotlight: Columbia University Faculty House
The Columbia University Faculty House is a premier event space located at the Columbia University in Upper Manhattan that is available to hire for special events and functions, ranging from ceremonies and receptions to grand gala affairs. Established in 1754, the private Ivy League research institution contains the oldest college in the state of New York and is one of the most selective universities in the United States. Located in a beautifully preserved red brick and limestone building which was designed by famous architects, McKim, Mead and White, Faculty House has served as a gathering place at the Columbia University faculty for decades and has been recently renovated to reflect modern tastes and support 21st-century technologies. Exuding a timeless grace and charm, the campus landmark caters for wedding ceremonies and receptions, banquets, and special events in a stylish and sophisticated atmosphere.
Amenities & Facilities
Columbia University Faculty House features 38,000 square feet of climate-controlled space that can accommodate up to 250 for seated dinners, and 375 people for receptions. The space is entered a tranquil courtyard and first floor Garden Level reception area, which features an elegant marble and wrought-iron staircase and original terrazzo floors. The first floor of the Faculty House is also home two smaller meeting rooms, and the Ivy Lounge, which boasts a full-service bar and fireplace, comfortable tables and chairs and a relaxed, casual ambiance.
The second floor of the Faculty House is the Seminar Level, which houses four meeting rooms designed for flexibility and functionality, and the third floor Presidential Level accommodates a more formal catering space for special events such as dinner and dancing. This area is sumptuously decorated with a dance floor and moveable walls for maximum functionality to host both large and small functions for up to several hundred guests.
The fourth floor of the Faculty House is the Skyline Level and can accommodate up to 180 guests for seated dinners and receptions. The beautifully-appointed space features high vaulted ceilings and expansive windows that boast spectacular views of Manhattan’s glittering skyline, along with an outdoor terrace for alfresco-style cocktail parties. The Skyline Level can accommodate 260 guests for services and ceremonies and up to 375 guests for cocktail receptions.
Rental of the Columbia University Faculty House includes audio, visual, lighting expertise, and equipment, including microphones, projectors, laptop computers and lighting, high-speed wireless Internet connectivity, and in-house videography.
A range of catering options is available, from serving stations and sumptuous buffets to formal plated dinners provided by award-winning catering chefs. Full bar services are also available, with an open, full-service bar and a variety of beers, wine, and spirits available upon request. Additional perks with the rental of the venue include butler-passed champagne and sparkling water upon arrival, customized vegan wedding cakes, complimentary chocolate truffles, and specialty china, flatware and glassware.
Faculty House is located at the Columbia University at 64 Morningside Drive in New York and offers secure onsite parking for guests.
64 Morningside Drive, New York 10027, Phone: 212-854-1200
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