When you can’t see your way to a vegan meal in New York

The next frontier for vegan food is to take advantage of New York City’s fast-growing vegan dining scene, which has grown rapidly since it opened in 2013.

A lot of New Yorkers are finding vegan food delicious and healthy, and it’s no surprise that vegan restaurants are popping up everywhere.

But there are many hurdles to getting vegan food in the city.

The city requires restaurants to have a vegan menu.

In New York, that’s an average of $2.20 per person.

That’s not a lot of money to spend on a vegan dish, and the city also requires restaurants in the neighborhood to offer a vegan-friendly menu.

The city also has strict guidelines for what is and isn’t acceptable for vegan restaurants.

It requires that all food be served with a vegan option, but that can be a challenge for some places.

Some New Yorkers say they can’t afford to go vegan, but some say they are prepared to sacrifice their own health if it means going to a place that offers the same food as their regular dining experience.

In order to make it work in New Yorkers’ busy dining space, vegan eateries have to offer an array of options.

While there are a few restaurants that offer meatless options, many other restaurants offer more vegetarian and vegan options.

The food trucks and farmers markets are also growing in popularity in the New York area, as well.

For those looking for a vegan food fix, there are plenty of options in the boroughs surrounding New York.