Nix

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Details
72 University Pl (btwn E 10th St & E 11th St)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 498-9393
Vegetarian / Vegan
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Sat: 10:30 AM–11:00 PM Sun: 10:30 AM–10:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Check out this brand new vegetarian restaurant which includes items like cacio e pepe, shiitake mushrooms, and wood-roasted broccoli rabe with cheese and Calabrian chiles. Healthy and delicious.
  • Since opening 3 weeks ago, Nix has been rising up our ranks with some delicious vegan specialties. Make sure you try the beets with a side of potato fry bread that will blow you away.
  • Great sharing dishes and their house made sodas are refreshing.
  • Everything was delicious and rich tasting. Get the egg salad and the fried cauliflower!
  • Loved the eggplant & avocado dips w the naan and crudite, the apple/cabbage salad, and the plancha charred avocado w mozzarella. The puffs w goats milk caramel are delightfully light, for being fried.
  • Tandoori bread was awesome
  • All around great restaurant with fantastic food, service is impeccable. We were 2 and shared all the dishes, and were very full...
  • Gorgeous space, wonderful service and good food. I'm not a vegetarian so miss having fish or meat or even pasta for dinner but this is very tasty.
  • I would eat the cacio e pepe sauce on ANYTHING
  • High end vegetarian and vegan. Have the cauliflower buns.
  • Everything was great! Try the flatbreads and cocktails for sure :)
  • Try hot bread fresh out of the tandoori oven, then get adventurous with cacio e pepe made using shiitake mushrooms instead of pasta and cheese.
  • Get the Farro stir fry if it's on the menu. And definitely start with dips.
  • Nix is the new casual vegetarian restaurant from chef John Fraser and former Conde Nast editorial director James Truman. The Dovetail chef is working with a wok and a tandoor oven here.
  • See Gothamist review: http://gothamist.com/2016/03/04/nix_vegetarian_greenwich_village.php#photo-4
  • Deliciousness!
  • Potato fry bread is out of this world.
  • Beets. Overnight in a tandoori oven, something magical happens with sweetness and char.
  • Dips and crudits are way more delicious than they sound. Cauliflower tempura with steambuns are outrageously good.
  • Cauliflower buns and egg in a hole lived up to expectations. Pass on the tofu curry scramble