For veg-minded people, an exceptional restaurant can be hard to spot so in 2010 New Yorker and food photographer Linda Long and dinner guests took us to their favorite hot spots, from haute cuisine to cheap and tasty, and even eco-natural foods and lifestyle shopping.


Enjoy an enlightening conversation and scrumptious meal with Moby at NYC's Blossom restaurant. Our host Linda Long finds out how he got his name, his thoughts on making music in a digital age, and how he he survives being on tour as a vegan.
Linda Long and Freya Dinshah, head of the American Vegan Society, celebrating its 50th anniversary ran about the Veggie Pride Parade celebration. The exciting Veggie Pride Parade pops-up every year in May at Union Square in NYC. Founder, Pamela Rice makes the magic happen.
Sharing a thick chocolate milk shake using two old-fashioned metal straws with Heather Mills is an experience for all time, and a heck of a lot of fun. Lula's Sweet Apothecary in the East Village is the perfect place on any day for a trip back in time for a great treat.
Master Chef Erik Blauberg has a special 5-course menu surprise for Linda, prepared by Chef Vincent Cani. Gorgeous and delectable Vegan Tuna Salad, followed by a bite-sized vegetable cakes, a terrine of Root Vegetables, Organic ...Risotto, Grilled Mushroom Steak, Ripe Fruit in Parchment w/ Pistachio Ice Cream.
Linda Long lunches with multi-talented Fran Costigan (chef, instructor, and cookbook author) on scrumptious Pan-seared Shanghai Style Dumplings, Roasted Japanese Pumpkin Sandwich with Jicama Salad, and Chickpea Fries. Prepared by PeaceFood Café Chef-Owner Eric Yu and Chef Ihor Melikhov.