The Low Down
What to Drink: Drink recipes with nutritional guidelines make boozing seem less unhealthy. Try the white sangria, made from an organic wine and sweetened with agave instead of simple syrup.
When to Go: In addition to the back patio, an outdoor area in front is ideal for smaller parties.
Fun Fact: Raw food rules mandate that nothing is heated above 118 degrees, which supposedly preserves essential vitamins, minerals and enzymes.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
If you've never tried raw food, you're in for a treat at Pure Food & Wine, where nothing is heated above approximately 118 degrees Fahrenheit. First courses may include green papaya salad, haricots verts and heirloom cherry tomatoes whileâ¦
A lot of fuss....
By Sarahg1982 at Citysearch
I found my experience here to be a bit lackluster. I was quite excited to try it after reading all the gleaming reviews and even more so upon stepp... Read More
Pure Food and Wine, June 2010
By Au Gourmand at Citysearch
Aside from eating fresh fruits and vegetables, the only good things that are vegan and raw (let's not talk about salads because that is cheating) t... Read More
Best Raw / Macrobiotic Restaurant in NYC
By silverblue at Citysearch
I've walked by this "partially underground" restaurant in Union Square a ton of times and finally got to get a taste of what raw cooking is like! T... Read More
Citysearch Editorial Review
By Melanie Berliet at Citysearch
Servers seem accustomed to patrons' blank stares as they explain how raw, organic, dairy- and meat-free dishes are concocted at Pure Food and Wine.... Read More
Wonderful. Singular. Elegant. Delicious.
By Tristan S at Citysearch
My favorite raw vegan restaurant of any I've been to in the country. Takes dishes that in the hands of less capable hands could easily be boring, ... Read More