Orchard Grocer

Restaurants, Delis Lower East Side
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Photograph: Katie Foster

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 (Photograph: Katie Foster)
Photograph: Katie Foster

Orchard Grocer

 (Photograph: Katie Foster)
Photograph: Katie Foster

Orchard Grocer

The vegan movement is expanding beyond just restaurants, as grocers, butchers and deli counters are starting to go meatless. Joya Carlton (the Butcher’s Daughter, Buvette) teams with Sara and Erica Kubersky (MooShoes, Modern Love Brooklyn) for this Lower East Side grocery store and delicatessen that’s exclusively stocked with vegan products. Along with prepackaged and pantry items, the deli counter offers house-made meat-free sandwiches, salads and pastries: The Bowery sandwich consists of turmeric-tofu egg, tempeh bacon and Chao cheese on a potato roll, while the Marlowe is a veg-focused Reuben stuffed with beet-brined seitan, sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing on marble rye. End the meal on a sweet note with soft-serve sundaes featuring your choice of dairy-free ice cream (vanilla, chocolate) and toppings like a coconut-chocolate Magic Shell and puffed chickpeas. 


Venue name: Orchard Grocer
Address: 78 Orchard St
New York
Cross street: between Broome and Grand Sts
Opening hours: Daily 8am–8pm
Price: Average main course: $10
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I am a huge fan of Orchad Grocer's food. Their vegan food options all sounded wonderful - I tried their "lox" bagel the other day and instantly fell in love. The cashew cream cheese was nothing like I had ever tasted before. The texture was pleasant and it did not have the taste of soy cream cheese like a lot of the faux products out there do. Their carrot lox was also seasoned very well, without the crunch I wouldn't have known I was eating carrots and not lox.

They also have a wide variety of vegan products, including a lot of local goods! They have soft serve, so I can't wait to come back and try some more!