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Kajitsu — Four Stars

Dining at Kajitsu, the Michelin-starred vegan restaurant in midtown Manhattan, is like nothing you’ve ever done before.  (Trust me.)  There’s a reason it’s been on my list of places I’d like to go, even though I don’t typically list completely … Continue reading

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Rich Table — San Francisco, CA

What’s the best vegetarian food in San Francisco?  I recently raved about State Bird Provisions, the best new restaurant in America according to Bon Appetit Magazine.  But here’s the thing.  The second time I went to SBP (review coming), I … Continue reading

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Not Frugal Friday — American Airlines First Class

Are you looking for vegetarian food on American Airlines in first/business class?  Well you’re in luck, sort of.  As I recently mentioned, when you fly cross-country in a premium cabin, you can pre-select your entree, and there is typically (at least the … Continue reading

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My Place — Bangalore, India

I don’t usually write about a buffet at a hotel, but I wanted to make an exception for My Place, the casual restaurant at the Movenpick Hotel in Bangalore, India.  If you’ve been following this blog on twitter (and if … Continue reading

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Frugal Friday — Manhattan Chili Company (Grand Central)

If you’re looking for vegetarian food at Grand Central Terminal’s food court, The Manhattan Chili Company’s outpost is a great choice.  I know what you’re thinking — how could something so typically meat-heavy be vegetarian friendly?  But in fact, it … Continue reading

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State Bird Provisions — San Francisco, CA

Have you ever found yourself onstage in the middle of a Beyonce concert, panicking as everyone around you moves in perfect synchronization but you have no idea what’s going on?  Me neither, but I imagine that if I did, the … Continue reading

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