VEGANWatkins Glen and Surrounding Areas
en and Jerry’s: 418 Franklin St., Watkins Glen; 607-535-4131.
Carries several vegan ice creams. ($)
Blue Pointe Grille at the Harbor Hotel: 16 N. Franklin St.,
Watkins Glen; 607-535-6116. Elegant dining restaurant that offers a
separate vegan menu upon request with several breakfast, lunch, and
dinner options. Outdoor seating on Seneca Lake available. ($$$)
Colonial Pottery and Creamery: 701 N. Franklin St., Watkins
Glen; 607-535-7545. Serves homemade small batch ice cream and
plenty of other vegantreats. Pottery made on site. Regional beer
and wine bar accompanied by local musicians. ($)
Crooked Rooster Pub and Wildflower Café: 223 N. Franklin St.,
Watkins Glen; 607-535-9797. Brew pub serving craft beers and
several vegan optionsincluding house-made seitan and the Beyond
Glen Mountain Market: 200 N. Franklin St. at 2nd St., Watkins
Glen; 607-535-6900. Gourmet bakery and deli serving seitan, tempeh,
and tofu sandwiches and a variety of vegan baked goods. ($)
Global Taco Truck: Tofu and “beef”-crumbles substitutes
available for all tacos, and regular menu features at least one
vegan taco. Check their website for schedule: globaltacotruck.com
or facebook.com/globaltaco. ($)
Graft Wine and Cider Bar: 204 N. Franklin St., Watkins Glen;
607-210-4324. The area’s only New York-focused wine and cider bar
with locally sourced plates to share and pair. Many dishes can be
made vegan upon request. ($$$)
Great Escape Ice Cream Parlor: 221 S. Franklin St., Watkins
Glen; 607-535-7354. Vegan soft serve, milkshakes, and cookie ice
cream sandwiches. ($)
Been There – A Community Café: 224 W. Main St., Montour Falls;
607-210-4364. A casual restaurant offering daily vegan lunch and
soup specials. ($)
House of Hong: 108 N. Franklin St., Watkins Glen; 607-535-7024.
Chinese and Japanese restaurant offering vegan soups, appetizers,
and entrees. Ask forthe vegetarian menu, most of which is vegan.
Stone Cat Café: 5315 State Route 414, Hector; 607-546-5000.
High-end dining featuring sustainable, regional cuisine. The Stone
Cat does not alwayshave vegan items listed on their menu, but if
you let them know you are vegan they are very accommodating and the
chef will create a delicious entrée fromthe local ingredients they
have that day. ($$$)
Thai Elephants: 133 E. 4th St., Watkins Glen; 607-210-4168. Thai
restaurant offering many vegan appetizers, curries, and entrees. Be
sure to request nofish sauce. ($$)
Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars: 5435 State Route
14, Dundee; 800-243-5513. Winery restaurant offering a variety of
seasonal vegandishes using locally sourced ingredients including an
amazing house-made cheese plate. Features a beautiful patio
overlooking Seneca Lake. Call forreservations or reserve online at
Aroma Coffee Art Gallery: 60 Shethar St., Hammondsport;
607-569-3047. Art gallery and coffeehouse with smoothies, salads,
and sandwiches, and exceptional falafel! ($)
Timber Stone Grill: 70 Shethar St., Hammondsport; 607-224-0006.
Features locally sourced ingredients and regional cuisines. Always
has at least one vegan option on the menu. Outdoor seating
Union Block: 31 Shethar St., Hammondsport; 607-246-4065. Italian
bistro that can make many selections vegan upon request and offers
gluten-free pasta. ($$-$$$)
The Village Tavern: 30 Mechanic St., Hammondsport; 607-569-2528.
European-style restaurant and bar serving one vegan entree.
Boomer’s Burrito Bar: 30 W. Market St., Corning; 607-438-1117.
Made-to-order burrito bar. ($)
The Cellar: 21 W. Market St., Corning; 607-377-5552. Modern
fusion restaurant featuring many vegan items. Open only for dinner.
Thali of India: 28 E. Market St., Corning; 607-962-1900.
Pan-Indian restaurant with many vegetable dishes that can be made
vegan upon request. Lunchbuffet. ($$)
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2019where to dine
Cost Guide: $ = about $10-$15/meal $$ = $15-$20/meal $$$ = more
than $20/mealNote: Most of these restaurants are not exclusively
vegan or vegetarian. Please inform your
server about your diet to ensure you receive a vegan meal. Menus
subject to change. Not all establishments are open every day and
for all meals, so please call ahead.
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Nine Elephants: 20-22 W. Market St., Corning; 607-654-7089. Thai
restaurant serving vegan curries; most dishes can be made without
fish sauce. ($$)
Agava: 381 Pine Tree Rd., Ithaca; 607-319-4366.
Southwest-inspired restaurant featuring farm-to-table ingredients.
Many vegan options, including wood- fired pizzas with vegan cheese,
tacos with house-made tofu chorizo, and black bean burgers. Also
offers one daily rotating vegan special ($$–$$$)
Aladdin’s Natural Eatery: 100 Dryden Road, Ithaca; 607-273-5000.
Middle Eastern/Mediterranean restaurant offering some vegan
Asia Cuisine: 126 N. Aurora St., Ithaca; 607-256-8818. Japanese,
Korean, and Chinese cuisine with many vegan options. ($–$$)
New Delhi Diamond’s: 106 W. Green St., Ithaca; 607-272-4508.
North Indian restaurant offering several clearly labeled vegan
options. Lunch buffet. ($$)
Northstar: 202 E. Falls St., Ithaca; 607-216-8580. Neighborhood
restaurant and pub offering several vegan dishes, including jerk
tofu wings, veggie burger with vegan cheese, vegan pizza (upon
request), and desserts. ($$)
Pizza Aroma: 1128 S. Cayuga St., Ithaca; 607-273-6165. Casual
pizzeria offering vegan pizza and calzones. ($$)
Plum Tree: 113 Dryden Road, Ithaca; 607-256-8212. Traditional
Japanese restaurant and sushi bar serving several vegan options.
Purity Ice Cream: 7700 Cascadilla St., Ithaca; 607-272-1545. Ice
cream parlor and café offering several flavors of Temptation vegan
ice cream and milkshakes. Purity also serves breakfast on Saturdays
and Sundays from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and lunch on weekdays from
11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Their menus have clearly labeled vegan items
such as pancakes, sandwiches, salads, and more. ($)
Saigon Kitchen: 526 W. State St., Ithaca; 607-257-8881.
Vietnamese restaurant serving many clearly marked dishes that can
be made vegan upon request.($–$$)
Sangam Indian Cuisine: 424 Eddy St., Ithaca; 607-273-1006.
Traditional Indian restaurant offering several vegan dishes. Lunch
Shortstop Deli: 200 W. Seneca St., Ithaca; 607-273-1030. 24-hour
sub shop offering seitan and vegan burger subs made to order.
Outdoor seating only. ($)
Sweet Melissa’s Ice Cream Shop: 200 W. Seneca St., Ithaca;
607-277-0090. Serves vegan ice cream made from organic coconut
milk. Different flavors each week. Outdoor seating only. ($)
Thai Basil: 118 W. State St., Ithaca; 607-319-4722. Large
selection of vegan Thai dishes. Dine-in and carry-out. ($$)
Tamarind: 503 N. Meadow St., Ithaca; 607-277-2220. Exotic Thai
and Asiatic cuisine with vegan selections; other dishes can be made
Taste of Thai: 216 E. State St., Ithaca Commons, Ithaca;
607-256-5487. Large selection of vegan Thai dishes. Tofu or mock
chicken can be substituted in most dishes. ($$–$$$)
Taste of Thai Express: 209 S. Meadow St., Ithaca; 607-272-8424.
Large selection of vegan Thai dishes. Tofu or mock chicken can be
substituted in most dishes. BYOB. ($$)
Ten Forward: 115 E State St., Ithaca; 607-319-4689. Ten Forward
is a sci-fi-themed healthy all-vegan café. Its menu features
sandwiches, soups, and banana-based milkshakes. ($)
Viva Taqueria and Cantina: 101 N. Aurora St., Ithaca;
607-277-1752. Mexican restaurant with many vegan options.
Waffle Frolic: 146 E. State St., Ithaca Commons, Ithaca;
607-319-0999. Waffle bar and coffee house offering gluten-free
vegan waffles with many vegan topping options, including soy ice
cream. Vegan grilled cheese, smoothies, and espresso drinks with
soy or hemp milk. ($)
Farm Sanctuary operates a 271-acre animal shelter in Watkins
Glen that provides a home for hundreds of rescued pigs, turkeys,
goats, cows, and other farm animals. Farm Sanctuary works to end
cruelty to farm animals and promotes compassionate living through
rescue, education, and advocacy.
P.O. Box 150 · Watkins Glen, NY 14891 · Phone 607·583·2225 ·
Ithaca and Surrounding Areas (50-60 minutes from Farm
Ciao: 2 Hickory Hollow Lane, Ithaca; 607-257-2233. Casual,
family-style Italian restaurant serving Tuscan pasta and wood-fired
pizza. Vegan meat and cheese available. Request separate vegan
Gorgers Subs: 116 W. State St., Ithaca; 607-319-5046. Sandwich
shop with many vegan options and house-made seitan. ($)
Greenstar Natural Foods Market: 701 W. Buffalo St., Ithaca;
607-273-9392. Co-op offering a wide selection of natural and
organic groceries, vegan snacks, and staples. Many vegan
prepared-food options including dessert and a hot bar. ($–$$)
Hawi: 113 S. Cayuga St., Ithaca; 607-277-4294. Ethiopian
restaurant with many vegan dishes. All vegetarian dishes are also
Ithaca Bakery: 400 N. Meadow St., Ithaca; 607-273-7110. Café and
bakery serving vegan sandwiches, subs, panini, salads, pastries,
and desserts. ($–$$)
Just a Taste: 116 N. Aurora St., Ithaca; 607-277-9463. Spanish
wine and tapas bar featuring a nice selection of vegan options.
Mehak: 410 Eddy St., Ithaca; 607-256-3425. Indian restaurant
with dishes that can be made vegan clearly marked. Buffet lunch.
Mia: 130 E. State St., Ithaca; 607-277-2000. Asian-fusion tapas
bar with many clearly marked vegan dishes. ($)
Moosewood Restaurant: 215 N. Cayuga St., Dewitt Building,
Ithaca; 607-273-9610. Natural-foods restaurant offering at least
one vegan option per meal. Menu changes frequently. ($$$)