This is a wonderful cozy and quaint cafe. My husband I went there on a Sunday evening and we had a great barrister that was wonderful. We tried the avocado fries, buffalo wings, Philly steak, quinoa salad and Burrito. And for dessert, we enjoyed the chili Mexican cookie and also the chocolate chip cookies. This is one of my new favorite Vegan cafes in New York City. We are so looking forward to trying the other locations. Cheers V-Spot! This establishment is MEAN!!!!
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Cute little place with good food find nice people
Great food - nutritious and tasty. Good portions, reasonable prices. Great service. What's not to like?
The workers are always really cool to speak to and have great recommendations. The place is super cute and cosy! It feels intimate and I enjoy how chill the atmosphere is. It's very relaxing which is hard to do in NYC! The food is very reasonably priced and good! All very fresh and delicious especially for vegan food! I'm so happy this place openned and will continue to go! :)
The burrito and avacado fries are excellent!
Very good! Summer rolls and empanadas very tasty!
The nachos are to die for.
Buffalo strips and banana chocolate chip bread was the best! Server was also super friendly and actually made conversation. Will come again!
From Our Editors
It's nearly impossible to be one-of-a-kind in New York City, yet VSPOT Gramercy just may have accomplished that feat with a menu that is all at once Latin, organic, and vegan. Dan and Alex Carabano and family friend Steven Simicich opened their first restaurant in Park Slope in 2006, where the Latin-influenced, vegan menu filled a void in meatless cuisine. The combination of culinary styles was a natural choice for founders Alex and Dan Carabano: they are vegetarians of Colombian descent who were born and raised in Brooklyn.
Their latest location VSPOT Gramercy is housed next to New York Comedy Club, where the menu stays meat-free through an artful balance of veggies, nuts, legumes, and seitan, blending them in dishes such as lasagna with cashew ricotta and daiya mozzarella. Chefs make Colombian empanadas from potato, corn, and seitan, while avocado strips are deep fried and served with mayo to make unique and crispy avocado fries. The seitan that stars a prominent role in many dishes is made from scratch in-house, as are the organic dairy-free desserts VSPOT Gramercy offers for dessert.