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Prospect Heights »

The Prospect Heights shop, Riverdel, will also sell sandwiches, snacks and condiments, its owner said.

West Village »

GustOrganics' investors say the owner turned the restaurant vegan without consulting them.

East Village »

Experience the flavors of Haiti, Polynesia, Korea, Germany and Japan at the city's newest restaurants.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Desserts by Michael Allen is moving its confectionary operation from Clinton Hill, its owner said.

Bed-Stuy »

The eatery will serve items like mushroom lentil burgers, esquites and classic sandwiches.

Greenpoint »

Where to buy locally-made fragrances, soaps and skincare products from independent producers.

Chelsea »

GustOrganics lost its base of "CrossFit people" when it went vegan.

Fort Greene »

Falafel Brothers recently opened at 711 Fulton St. near BAM Park.

Chelsea »

The "Meat is Murder" singer wants a vegan-only menu at his June 27 concert.

Inwood »

Paola Martinez is trying to raise $15K to open a cafe that serving cold-pressed juices and vegan snacks.

Forest Hills »

Cookbook author Evelyn Banker will hold a workshop on March 2 at The Central Queens Y.

Chelsea »

GustOrganics tried to go vegan, but has had to keep meat dishes on the menu since revenue tanked.

Inwood »

Inwood chef Diana Cornell makes treats that are gluten-free, vegan and paleo.

Park Slope »

From a Park Slope Ebola scare to complaints of "Internet people," check out the week's popular stories.

Woodlawn »

Montefiore's Dr. Robert Ostfeld says a plant-based diet can help with many health problems.