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The V Spot
Posted by Steph on 04/01/2009
The food at the v spot was awesome. The menu has a very wide variety of items that cater to several types of diets such as vegan, gluten free, and raw. I had the quesadilla and my friend had the raw pasta. Both were delicious. You could go to the v spot for vegan comfort food or a healthy alternative as well. It is really a great spot.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/06/2008
I'm really upset after calling for a delivery and getting the run-around about whether or not they could service my address. I was told, "Well, when we're not super busy, and you're order has to be at least $35 because our guy is on a bike which means he'll miss a few deliveries just because he has to come ALL the way to your house." My address is 30 blocks from the restaurant. Either you deliver to me or you don't!
Posted by nacho fan on 08/15/2008
Even though I'm not a vegan, the V Spot has become somewhat of a fall back for omnivorous, vegetarian, and vegan friends alike ever since I moved to the neighborhood. I'm a nacho devotee and was taken by how good their nachos are, even in comparison to local Mexican spots. My steak loving boyfriend has suggested we go there more than a few times in lieu of the thousand other restaurants on 5th Ave.,often specifically for their Buffalo "wings." Hopefully it will stick around.
Posted by Kelvis on 07/02/2008
This is a completely middle of the road vegan place. No real outstanding dishes and slightly over priced. It's a shame, because we need good vegan places in the neighborhood. Sadly, if this one fails, it won't be much of a loss.
Posted by Happy vegan Steven. on 04/20/2008
Eating at the V-spot is always a pleasure, I've recently visited and ate in the outdoor area and relaxed by myself in the warm sun. Amongst others i sat and read this new novel I got while eating my yummy spinach buritto, brought to me by their super cool wait staff. Man, they made me feel right at home. I love this place!
Posted by Anonymous on 04/09/2008
Yes, the food was a bit hit or miss. There were four adults and one kid in our group (all of us are vegeterian, some vegan) the hits included the empanadas, jicama salad, and fresh smoothie. Plus, they have chocolate soy milk, which was a rare delight for the child, and some excellent bottled micro-brew choices. The homemade chips were great, but the nachos were not especially inspiring. Unfortunately, the main problem with the V Spot was the waitstaff. All four were beautiful, healthy young people in their early twenties, but our waiter was clearly more preoccupied with checking himself out in the mirror than checking on us. All in all, the food was passable, and it's a comfortable space to hang out with friends for a vegan meal, but I wish they had been slightly more attentive.
Posted by Local Dude on 03/09/2008
It's too bad I can't be kinder to the only strictly vegan restaurant in the neighborhood. I've been here three times, and the food itself has been somewhat "hit-or-miss" as others have described it. For one brunch, for instance, I had the tofu scramble with "sausage" and potatoes. The sausage was an alright, tasted like a Morningstar Farms or Boca type of thing, and the tofu scramble was pretty decent, but the potatoes were underdone and inappropriately seasoned. Service is equally spotty, I've been literally the only person in the restaurant and still kept waiting for some reason. I'll probably come back at some point for variety but if there were other vegan restaurants around I probably wouldn't.