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We committed to promote plant based/vegan and organic agriculture, local growers and artisanal food producers
We are all about having a great time while enjoying amazing, clean plant based and gluten free food.
Organic Grill has been a pioneer of the New York organic food movement since 2000. We are committed to providing the best vegan and organic food that the city has to offer, with a focus on gluten-free dishes. Our menu is packed with delicious options, created with our own homemade vegan cheeses, vegan sausages, vegan burger patties, and sauces made from scratch with minimally processed ingredients. We are proud to have been voted among the Top 7 vegan dishes in NYC and Top 6 best veggie burgers in NYC. Come and experience the Organic Grill difference today!
Address: 133 west 3 rd street NYC, New York , N.Y.10012 . Tel: 1212-477-7177 ( corner of 6 th Ave, right next to West 4 basketball court & next door to Blue Note Jazz Club, across the street from Comedy Cellar), N.Y. 10012. Check our daily specials, place orders for pick up and deliveries directly on our website. We do not work with third party delivery companies.
Organic Grill is New York City’s premier organic vegan gluten free health food restaurant. We specialize in providing delicious, healthy meals to events throughout the city and surrounding areas. With two decades of expertise in organic vegan gluten free food, our team of experts is able to create and accommodate special requests, like nut free, oil free, and soy free dishes. We are proud of the quality of our food and list of satisfied customers, and we are happy to provide a list of references upon request. Whether you’re looking to feed your family or host an event, Organic Grill has something for everyone.
Call (267) 992-6361 to get a quote based on your special needs.
Meet Julia, the owner
Julia Chebotar - Owner. Executive Chef.
Temple University Graduate. IIN Certified Health Coach.
National Gourmet Institute graduate.
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GREEN MACHINE BURGER AT THE ORGANIC GRILL: For another faux-burger deal, this East Village eatery offers one of the tastiest veggie burgers in town. The $12.99 Green Machine burger comes with your choice of vegan or dairy cheese, depending on your dietary restrictions; the rest of the Meat-Free MacDaddy is comprised of a large Portobello mushroom, a hunk of vegan pesto sauce, onions, lettuce, tomato, avocado, peppers and sprouts. This thing is a monster of herbivore proportions!
We love pumpkin and we can never get enough pumpkin pie this time of year. Lucky, we’ve got insider access to the best organic vegan pumpkin pie ever, and we are sharing the recipe with you! You won’t want to miss a bite, compliments of Julia Chebotar, owner and founder of New York City’s popular East Village vegan restaurant, Organic Grill.
You want to eat healthy, but you’re allergic to “health food.” Not a problem at this East Village café where locally grown produce and artisan ingredients make up dishes like black-bean-and-roasted-peppers quesadilla with cashew sour cream. Even the coffee is organic and shade-grown. — Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld
The Organic Grill focuses on “clean”, sustainable ingredients. Their entire menu is organic, vegan and dairy-free, but they offer the option of organic dairy cheese, organic eggs, and wild fish to suit a wider range of diners. Breakfast is obviously their specialty with several egg/tofu menu items plus an eclectic mix of pancakes and waffles, including gluten-free Slamcakes and a Waffle Breakfast Burger.
The crusted, roasted mushroom “burger” crackled with fine-ground cashews. It had the best flavor of the lot. Too bad the house piles on the kitchen sink. The good: an organic-grain seeded bun, pesto spread, aromatic alfalfa sprouts and sliced portobellos.
The Organic Grill offers both beer and sangria frozen into popsicles. Beer and Sangria Popsicles EAST VILLAGE — If you're after an ice-cold beer on a steamy hot day, it won't come any more frosty than in popsicle form. The Organic Grill on First Avenue near St. Mark's Place has begun freezing its organic beer and sangria and serving the frozen treats to customers. "I just had the idea because I never seen anyone sell beer popsicles or sangria popsicles before," owner Julia Chebotar, 25
At The Organic Grill, you’ll find delicious food made with sustainable ingredients. In other words, you’ll feel good while eating— and feel good about what you’re eating. Just about everything on the menu is plant-based, organic and vegan. If you’re the DIY-type, you’ll love the option to build your own burger: start with a roasted mushroom, black bean, or lentil patty, cover it with garlic aioli, guacamole, or cashew cream, add a fried egg, soy sausage, or caramelized onions.
GREEN MACHINE BURGER AT THE ORGANIC GRILL: For another faux-burger deal, this East Village eatery offers one of the tastiest veggie burgers in town. The $14.99 Green Machine burger comes with your choice of vegan or dairy cheese, depending on your dietary restrictions; the rest of the Meat-Free MacDaddy is comprised of a large Portobello mushroom, a hunk of vegan pesto sauce, onions, lettuce, tomato, avocado, peppers and sprouts. This thing is a monster of herbivore proportions!
When I’ve waited too long to eat, feel like I’m close to starvation and there is nothing fresh, healthy, organic or edible in my kitchen, my go-to choice for fast, organic food is Organic Grill on First Avenue in the East Village. I know that I can count on them for organic, mostly vegan, American fusion dishes that are prepared in a healthy, yet tasty way.
This hulking beaut is the East Village grill’s signature and for good reason. The roasted mushroom round is slathered with pesto spread on an Ezekiel bun and topped with a laundry list of fixings: roasted green peppers, guacamole, vegan cheese, caramelized onions and sprouts. Who said healthy and tasty were mutually exclusive?
The Organic Grill on First Avenue near St. Mark’s Place has begun freezing its organic beer and sangria and serving the frozen treats to customers. The owner Julia Chebotar had the idea because she’s never seen anyone sell beer popsicles or sangria popsicles before and her “aha” moment this summer that led the restaurant to start selling the popsicles. The Organic Grill, which serves mostly vegan and organic products for lunch, dinner and brunch, is a family-owned business that has been around
The Organic Grill is a reliable healthy spot in the East Village that ensures 99.9% of its ingredients clean and sustainable. Man Repeller’s Leandra Medine orders her lunch from this spot everyday, and favors the black bean burger, salmon with brown rice, or a salad with “20-something ingredients.”