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Dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free, paleo, vegan, keto; Manhattan has it all. Here are a few places to refuel after a workout or simply in the middle of a sightseeing day.

This multi-use space focuses on plant-based wellness and offers a botanical dispensary, whole plant tonic bar, elixirs and vegan food and snacks. A lower-level spa offers an infrared sauna, cryotherapy and other treatments.

For locals and visitors on the go, this cantina offers breakfast, lunch and snacks prepared in reusable glass jars. Regularly featured jars include Coconut Chia Pudding, Rainbow Salad, Chocolate Cake and daily soups.

Everything on the menu here is vegan, but the food is not what you’d expect. There are cold-pressed juices and smoothies, but you will also find burgers, fries, bowls and desserts including cookies and ice creams. The Rockefeller Center location is the closest to the hotel.

Fast food that isn’t bad for you. The menu here is inspired by local, seasonal and natural ingredients, sourced from their network of farmers and purveyors. Everything is gluten-free, and there are options for vegans, vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. The 50th Street location is the closest.  

Located at Columbus Circle, this juice bar is the ideal spot after a run in Central Park. The menu includes fresh juices, smoothies, acai bowls, cold-pressed juices, tonics, baked goods and meals to-go.  

A juice bar for people who don’t like juice bars. Juices, shakes, parfaits, elixirs, sandwiches and coffees are served in café-inspired settings. The closest locations to the hotel are at 56th Street and Broadway and 54th Street and 6th Avenue.