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Watkins Glen &Surrounding Areas15-20 minutes from Farm SanctuaryBEN AND JERRY’SCarries several vegan ice creams.418 Franklin St., Watkins Glen(607) 535-4131 BLUE POINTE GRILLE AT THE HARBOR HOTELElegant dining restaurant that offers a separate vegan menu upon request with severalbreakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Outdoor seating on Seneca Lake available.16 N. Franklin St., Watkins Glen(607) 535-6116 COLONIAL POTTERY AND CREAMERYServes homemade small batch ice cream and plenty of other vegantreats. Pottery made on site. Regional beer and wine bar accompanied by local musicians.701 N. Franklin St., Watkins Glen(607) 535-7545 ROOSTER FISH PUBBrew pub serving craft beers and several vegan options including house-made seitan and theBeyond Burger.3

223 N. Franklin St., Watkins Glen(607) 535-9797 GLEN MOUNTAIN MARKETGourmet tofu sandwiches.200 N. Franklin St. at 2nd St., Watkins Glen(607) 535-6900 GLOBAL TACO TRUCKTofu and “beef”-crumbles substitutes available for all tacos, and regular menu features ateast one vegan taco. Check their website for schedule: or subject to change; Check their website at 535-6900 GRAFT WINE AND CIDER BARThe area’s only New York-focused wine and cider bar with locally sourced plates to share andpair. Many dishes can be made vegan upon request.204 N. Franklin St., Watkins Glen(607) 210-4324 GREAT ESCAPE ICE CREAM PARLORVegan soft serve, milkshakes, and cookie ice cream sandwiches.221 S. Franklin St., Watkins Glen(607) 535-7354 4

HOUSE OF HONGChinese and Japanese restaurant offering vegan soups, appetizers, and entrees. Ask for thevegetarian menu, most of which is vegan.108 N. Franklin St., Watkins Glen(607) 535-7024 - LUCKY STARRestaurant with a selection of vegetables and tofu dishes.800 N. Franklin St., Watkins Glen(607) 535-8888 STONE CAT CAFÉHigh-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 veryaccommodating and the chef will create a delicious entrée from the local ingredients theyhave that day.5315 State Route 414, Hector(607) 546-5000 THAI ELEPHANTSThai restaurant offering many vegan appetizers, curries, and entrees. Be sure to request nofish sauce.133 E. 4th St., Watkins Glen(607) 210-4168 5

VERAISONS RESTAURANT AT GLENORA WINE CELLARSWinery restaurant offering a variety of seasonal vegan dishes using locally sourcedingredients including an amazing house-made cheese plate. Features a beautiful patiooverlooking Seneca Lake. Call for reservations or reserve online at State Route 14, Dundee(800) 243-5513 GRIST IRON BREWINGBrewery with a vegan cheese option for pizzas.4880 NY-414, Burdett, NY 14818(607) 882-2739 Hammondsport20 minutes from Farm SanctuaryAROMA COFFEE ART GALLERYArt gallery and coffeehouse with smoothies, salads, and sandwiches, and exceptional falafel!60 Shethar St., Hammondsport(607) 569-3047 TIMBER STONE GRILLFeatures locally sourced ingredients and regional cuisines. Always has at least one veganoption on the menu. Outdoor seating available.70 Shethar St., Hammondsport(607) 224-0006 6

UNION BLOCKItalian bistro that can make many selections vegan upon request and offers gluten-free pasta.31 Shethar St., Hammondsport(607) 246-4065 - THE VILLAGE TAVERNEuropean-style restaurant and bar serving one vegan entree.30 Mechanic St., Hammondsport(607) 569-2528 Corning35 minutes from Farm SanctuaryBOOMER’S BURRITO BARMade-to-order burrito bar.30 W. Market St., Corning(607) 438-1117 NINE ELEPHANTSThai restaurant serving vegan curries; most dishes can be made without fish sauce.20-22 W. Market St., Corning(607) 654-7089 7

TOSSEDSalad shop with some vegan options including a vegan wrap.88 W Market St, Corning, NY 14830(607) 684-6049 SOUL FULL CUPCoffee shop with vegan pastries.81 W Market St #2526, Corning, NY 14830(607) 936-9030 THALI OF INDIAPan-Indian restaurant with many vegetable dishes that can be made vegan upon request.Lunch buffet.28 E. Market St., Corning(607) 962-1900 THE CELLARModern fusion restaurant featuring many vegan items. Open only for dinner.21 W. Market St., Corning(607) 377-5552 - 8

Elmira47 minutes from Farm SanctuaryFINGER LAKES HOUSEWine bar with vegan options available upon request.389 W Water St, Elmira, NY 14905(607) 735-2200 - SIAM ELEPHANTThai restaurant with vegan options.200 W Water St, Elmira, NY 14901(607) 735-2992 - DOWNTOWN GRIND.Coffee shop with vegan options including avocado toast and an acai bowl109 N Main St, Elmira, NY 14901(607) 735-2118 TURTLE LEAF CAFÉCoffeehouse with some vegan options including some of the sandwich.109 N Main St, Elmira, NY 14901(607) 735-2118 9

TASTE OF ASIAChinese restaurant with vegan options.2088 College Ave, Elmira Heights, NY 14903(607) 271-9688 - RYEBar and Grill with some vegan options including a portobello mushroom burger andBeyond Burger.365 Davis St, Elmira, NY 14901(607) 732-6625 - Ithaca &Surrounding Areas50-60 minutes from Farm SanctuaryAGAVASouthwest-inspired restaurant featuring farm-to-table ingredients. Many vegan options,including wood- fired pizzas with vegan cheese, tacos with house-made tofu chorizo, andblack bean burgers. Also offers one daily rotating vegan special.381 Pine Tree Rd., Ithaca(607) 319-4366 - ASIA CUISINEJapanese, Korean, and Chinese cuisine with many vegan options.10

126 N. Aurora St., Ithaca(607) 256-8818 - CIAOCasual, family-style Italian restaurant serving Tuscan pasta and wood-fired pizza. Vegan meatand cheese available. Request separate vegan menu.2 Hickory Hollow Lane, Ithaca(607) 257-2233 GORGERS SUBSSandwich shop with vegan options and house-made seitan.116 W. State St., Ithaca(607) 319-5046 GREENSTAR NATURAL FOODS MARKETCo-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.701 W. Buffalo St., Ithaca(607) 273-9392 - HAWIEthiopian restaurant with many vegan dishes. All vegetarian dishes are also vegan.113 S. Cayuga St., Ithaca(607) 277-4294 - 11

ITHACA BAKERYCafé and bakery serving vegan sandwiches, subs, panini, salads, pastries, and desserts.400 N. Meadow St., Ithaca(607) 273-7110 - LUNA STREET FOODCozy counter-serve restaurant serving a number of gluten-free and vegan dishes.100 Dryden Rd Ithaca, NY 14850(607) 256-5862113 N Aurora St Ithaca, NY 14850(607) 269-6139 FORK AND GAVELLocated on the Cornell campus, this sustainable eatery serves a variety of vegan muffins andpastries, as well as vegan soups and salads.237 Mann Dr., Ithaca(607) 255-6980 MEHAKIndian restaurant with dishes that can be made vegan clearly marked. Buffet lunch.410 Eddy St., Ithaca(607) 256-3425 - MIAAsian-fusion tapas bar with many clearly marked vegan dishes.12

130 E. State St., Ithaca(607) 277-2000 MOOSEWOOD RESTAURANTNatural-foods restaurant offering at least one vegan option per meal. Menu changesfrequently.215 N. Cayuga St., Dewitt Building, Ithaca(607) 273-9610 NEW DELHI DIAMOND’SNorth Indian restaurant offering several clearly labeled vegan options. Lunch buffet.106 W. Green St., Ithaca(607) 272-4508 NORTHSTARNeighborhood restaurant and pub offering several vegan dishes, including jerk tofu wings,veggie burger with vegan cheese, vegan pizza (upon request), and desserts.202 E. Falls St., Ithaca(607) 216-8580 PIZZA AROMACasual pizzeria offering vegan pizza and calzones.128 S. Cayuga St., Ithaca(607) 273-6165 13

PURITY ICE CREAMIce cream parlor and café offering several flavors of Temptation vegan ice cream andmilkshakes. 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 veganitems such as pancakes, sandwiches, salads, and more.700 Cascadilla St., Ithaca(607) 272-1545 SAIGON KITCHENVietnamese restaurant serving many clearly marked dishes that can be made veganupon request.526 W. State St., Ithaca(607) 257-8881 - SANGAM INDIAN CUISINETraditional Indian restaurant offering several vegan dishes. Lunch buffet.424 Eddy St., Ithaca(607) 273-1006 SHORTSTOP DELI24-hour sub shop offering seitan and vegan burger subs made to order. Outdoor seating only.200 W. Seneca St., Ithaca(607) 273-1030 SWEET MELISSA’S ICE CREAM SHOPServes vegan ice cream made from organic coconut milk. Different flavors each week.Outdoor seating only.14

200 W. Seneca St., Ithaca(607) 277-0090 THAI BASILLarge selection of vegan Thai dishes. Dine-in and carry-out.118 W. State St., Ithaca(607) 319-4722 TAMARINDExotic Thai and Asiatic cuisine with vegan selections; other dishes can be made vegan.503 N. Meadow St., Ithaca(607) 277-2220 TASTE OF THAILarge selection of vegan Thai dishes. Tofu or mock chicken can be substituted in most dishes.216 E. State St., Ithaca Commons, Ithaca(607) 256-5487 - TASTE OF THAI EXPRESSLarge selection of vegan Thai dishes. Tofu or mock chicken can be substituted in mostdishes. BYOB.209 S. Meadow St., Ithaca(607) 272-8424 - 15

VIVA TAQUERIA AND CANTINAMexican restaurant with many vegan options.101 N. Aurora St., Ithaca(607) 277-1752 - WAFFLE FROLICWaffle bar and coffee house offering gluten-free vegan waffles with many vegan toppingoptions, including soy ice cream. Vegan grilled cheese, smoothies, and espresso drinks withsoy or hemp milk.146 E. State St., Ithaca Commons, Ithaca(607) 319-0999 PLUM TREETraditional Japanese restaurant and sushi bar serving several vegan options.113 Dryden Road, Ithaca(607) 256-8212 - ANGEL HEARTS DINER, ITHACA - VEGANCasual vegan destination serving all-day breakfast, burgers & sandwiches amid retrosurrounds.401 E State St Suite G-2, Ithaca, NY 14850(607) 319-4205 ITHACA BEER COBrewery with some vegan options. Call for current vegan selection.16

122 Ithaca Beer Dr, Ithaca, NY 14850(607) 273-0766COLTIVARESeasonal, locally-sourced New American dishes, wine & beer offered inrustic-chic surrounds.235 S Cayuga St, Ithaca, NY 14850(607) 882-2333 DOLCE DELIGHTBrunch restaurant with some vegan options. Ask for current selection of vegan items.1080 Danby Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850(607) 272-0282 Penn Yan32 minutes from Farm SanctuaryKEUKA RESTAURANTRestaurant with 5-10 vegan options with choice to add Beyond Meat as protein to dishes.Vegan/vegetarian friendly dishes are marked on the menu.12 E Main St, Penn Yan, NY 14527(607) 536-5852 17

COST GUIDE : 5– 10/meal : 10– 20/meal : more than 20/mealPlease note that these restaurants are not all exclusively vegan or vegetarian.To guarantee a vegan meal, please inform your server. Menus and hours of operationare subject to change at any time.Thank you for supporting vegan options in our local community!Please don’t forget to mention that you’re visiting Farm Sanctuary! It shows area merchantsthat we are an asset to the community and that our visitors care about compassionate dining.While restaurants listed in this dining guide arerecommendations from the staff and volunteers at FarmSanctuary, it is important to note that there are a wealth ofother vegan and vegetarian dining options in the WatkinsGlen area. Be sure to download the Happy Cow applicationon your phone to find many more delicious vegan-friendlyfood options wherever you are!18


P.O. Box 150 - Watkins Glen, NY 14891 · phone 607-583-2225 · farmsanctuary.orgFarm Sanctuary operates a 271-acre animal shelter in Watkins Glen that provides a home for hundreds of rescuedpigs, turkeys, goats, cows, and other farm animals. Farm Sanctuary works to end cruelty to farm animals andpromotes compassionate living through rescue, education, and advocacy.20

Ithaca & Surrounding Areas 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. 381 Pine Tree Rd., Ithaca (607) 319-4366 - AGAVA

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