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Franklin Becker Opens The Little Beet Table for Vegetable Lovers and Gluten Haters

The farmhouse-style restaurant has mix and match furniture and vegetables in every form, but also a good old fashioned cheeseburger.

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Franklin Becker's follow up to his hit lunch spot Little Beet, The Little Beet Table, will start serving it's gluten free and veg-focused menu tonight. The space has mixed-and-matched chairs, potted plants, exposed wood beams, and seems destined to become a regular haunt of beautiful juice-cleanse addicts. There's a dedicated vegetable category on the menu, and several vegetable sides that range from roasted carrots with whipped ricotta, sumac, and pistachios to beans with chorizo. There's also a burger and pan roasted chicken cheekily offered with "herbs of scarborough fair." Drinks stretch the organic and local theme with house-made root beer and a couple of cleanse-style juices, for those who prefer to drink their vegetables, plus regular cocktails and wines. 333 Park Avenue South, Flatiron

The Little Beet Menu

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