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Jean-Georges’ AbcV Is Finally Open

The V stands for vegetables

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AbcV — the much-anticipated, long-delayed third restaurant from Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Paulette Cole — is now open. The third restaurant in the ABC empire opened yesterday, after being first announced in 2013.

You may remember from previous Eater New York posts that the V in the restaurant name stands for vegetables. AbcV’s chef de cuisine Neal Harden (Pure Food and Wine), is serving all vegetarian as well as vegan dishes including shallot and herb labneh with crispy mushrooms and sunchoke chips; a dosa with yogurt, avocado, and sprouts; and a kale sandwich with mint pesto and avocado. For breakfast, the menu lists a chia bowl with dates, scrambled eggs with broccoli, and congee. Browse the full menus here.

AbcV is now open for breakfast, lunch, and to-go, with brunch and dinner set to launch “soon.” Hopefully we wont have to wait for either as long as we waited for the restaurant. Take a look around the space below and do let us know what you think if you stop by.

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38 East 19th Street, Manhattan, NY 10003 (212) 475-5829 Visit Website
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