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NYC Healthy Living Guide: Restaurant Update

September 15, 2011

The Fall IINto Action conference is just days away and we are so excited to see our outstanding community! You’ve already shown so much enthusiasm and we want to make sure it doesn’t go unnoticed. Since our previous healthy restaurant guide and our discount update with even more dining options, we’ve received more excellent recommendations on some delicious healthy eats you can enjoy during your stay in NYC. We’ve pulled together a new list of these places so you can make the most out of your trip!

But first, here is a reminder of all of the restaurants that are offering a special deal of the IIN community! Remember, you must have your conference ID badge with you in order to receive the discount.

Check out all of Integrative Nutrition's Healthy Living Guides!

Restaurant Discounts

Candle 79               Candle Cafe
154 East 79th St       1307 Third Avenue

10% Discount


gustorganics nycGustOrganics
519 Avenue of the Americas

10% Discount


babycakes nycBabycakes
248 Broome Street

15% Discount


souen nycSouen
28 E 13th Street or
210 6th Avenue or
328 E 6th Street

10% Discount



spring street natural nycSpring Street Natural
62 Spring Street

15% Discount


gobo nycGobo
401 6th Avenue or
1426 3rd Avenue

10% Discount



More Healthy Eating Options

110 E. 23rd Street

A step up from the typical New York deli, Organique provides all organic produce and meats at only a dollar or two more than other delis in the area. This is a wonderful place to stop in for a quick bite or a to-go lunch. Just a block from Madison Square Park, you can order an organic sandwich and take it to the park to enjoy!


300 Amsterdam Avenue or
565 3rd Avenue

Josie’s is a perfect option for lunch or dinner if you are looking for a healthy, neighborhood eatery. While the atmosphere can be slightly loud, the energy in Josie’s is ideal for a lively lunch of butternut squash soup or a seared tuna burger with friends!


blue dog cafeBlue Dog Café
101 W 25th Street or
155 West 56th Street

Blue Dog Café is a true health food paradise. With two locations, one in Chelsea and the other in Midtown, you can easily find your way to either from the Javits Center. Stop in for a quick snack, a fresh pressed juice or a baked good. If you have more time, sit down for an organic salad or sandwich.


18 E 23rd Street

Bonobo’s is a raw café in the heart of Manhattan’s Flatiron District where you can order anything from a raw lasagna of fresh vegetables layered with nut pate and tomato sauce to a made-to-order salad. Make sure you check out their fresh pressed juice bar as well!


Peacefood CaféPeacefood Café
460 Amsterdam Avenue

Another Upper West Side gem, Peacefood Café is quickly becoming a popular neighborhood coffee shop and café. You will find an incredible assortment of vegan sandwiches, pizzas and baked goods as well as several vegan and raw side dishes. It is conveniently located within blocks of Central Park and the Natural History Museum, so make sure you stop in Peacefood Café to fuel your Upper West Side sightseeing!


11 E 13th Street

Purume is a wonderful, local, organic Japanese restaurant in the heart of Greenwich Village. Choose from a variety of handmade sushi, noodle dishes, tempura and more. Then, wash it all down with a glass of Organic wine! They also have a great lunch box menu that will give you a nice sampling of the menu for a very reasonable price.


For more restaurant options, check out our previous posts, NYC Healthy Living Guide: Restaurants and additional dining options, or explore all our recommendations on the map below!

View IIN's Guide to NYC in a larger map

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