Sustainable and toxin-free living

Sustainable and toxin-free living


Green Restaurant Review: Butcher’s Daughter

Vegan juice in SoHo Butcher's Daughter

 

A couple weeks ago my visiting friend texted me and asked me where she should grab lunch after she was done shopping in SoHo. Knowing she values health (or at least jogs a lot), I directed her to The Butcher’s Daughter. “That place is great!” she happily reported later when we joined up for a rooftop cocktail.Salad at Butcher's Daughter in SoHo

Success! No wonder, The Butcher’s Daughter is just the thing for a warm day, whether you’re enjoying a quick meal by yourself or meeting up with a friend or business acquaintance. There’s plenty of interesting juices beyond what you would find at a typical juice shop, plus vegan entrees and salads that will pique the interest of veteran salad eaters.Salad at Butcher's Daughter in SoHo

However, just make sure you go their when you’re feeling at your leisure, not when you’re in a rush. The staff is distracted and things might take a while to get in your hands or on your wee outdoor table. But when it’s hot outside and you’re not into the idea of toasty and fatty fries at Café Balthazar, this is your spot.

19 Kenmare Street at Elizabeth Street in SoHo, Manhattan

Author

  • Alden Wicker

    Alden Wicker is an award-winning investigative journalist and author of To Dye For: How Toxic Fashion Is Making Us Sick — and How We Can Fight Back (Putnam). She splits her time between managing her internationally recognized platform on safe and sustainable fashion, EcoCult.com, and contributing to publications such as The New York Times, Vox, Wired, Vogue, and more. She’s made expert appearances on NPR’s Fresh Air, the BBC, and Al Jazeera to speak on consumer sustainability and the fashion system’s effect on people and the planet.

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