Posts tagged east village
It's Easy to Love Agavi Organic Juicebar

To the owners of Agavi, Eddy and Andy, it all starts with health. Health is wealth and health is happiness. Getting it is possible with the organic, raw and fresh ingredients. You'll taste it in their food and juices and your body will be stronger because of it.  

Agavi has a full and enticing menu to choose from including smoothies, salads, juices, coffee and bowls. Their liquid meals and refreshing juices will carry you through everyday from classes to meetings. When the weather turns cold, they also offer hot juice to keep you warm and cheerful, especially through flu season. Get on that.

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Say what you want about raw food, but this tofu replacement wins the day

Tofu, soy bean or bean curd, for many is a no go. It's also the item that many associate with a plant based diet. It is delicious in dishes fried or steamed because of it's ability to take on the flavor of the dish. Yet, soy is not everyone's go to food.

Thankfully for New Yorkers there's an alternative to soy, and it might be one of the most delicious things we've ever tasted. 

Fofu, a tofu alternative, is a common ingredient you'll find at Quintessence, a quiet eatery in the East Village, run by soft spoken and charming Mun Chan. 

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The Easiest Way To Enjoy Turmeric Everyday

Few natural ingredients garner as many accolades as turmeric. Used for medicinal purposes for over 4,000 years, turmeric has high amounts of the bioactive compound curcumin. Its far reaching implications for human health suggest that its use as an herbal and alternative remedy has great value.

Physical GraffiTea on Treatmo and in New York City's East Village sells an incredibly flavorful and warming Turmeric Ginger Herbal Tea that includes licorice root, lemongrass and citrus.

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Iconic Tea Shop Launches First Matcha Tin For Sale

If you've spent time in the East Village of New York City, you've most likely walked down St Marks Place and passed the brightly colored  and iconic address where Physical GraffiTea sits. Maybe you've seen the sandwich board outside inviting you in for matcha, or purchased from the selection of over 200 varieties of tea.

Owner Ilana Malka, founded Physical GraffiTea in 2011 where she's been specializing in matcha and loose leaf teas ever since. Because she was inspired by the flavor, variety, and benefits of tea --  matcha being one of her favorites -- running a tea shop and cafe felt natural.

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Juice in the Park

The beauty of New York City lies in its incredible skyline and great parks. Everyone is familiar with the most famous one, Central Park, but the smaller parks are just as fantastic for enjoying lunch, a stroll or catching up with friends. The good thing is almost every neighborhood has a park to get a dose of nature. In fact, 14% of the land is managed by the Parks Department. 

Many Treatmo Hotspots are conveniently near city parks. Winter or summer, grab your food on Treatmo and take advantage of the open spaces to clear your mind.

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Discover Amazing Eats Along The L Train

When visiting New York City or taking a day with friends to explore, you want to eat great food and have a fun experience. All the choices can be overwhelming but Treatmo's got you covered. Presenting the best eats and experience along the L to enjoy with the help of Treatmo app.

If you're new to the NYC subway system, it's easy to get confused and get on the wrong train and end up in the opposite place you wanted to go. The stops along the L Train--once you figure out which one is going to 8th Ave and which one is headed to Brooklyn--put you at the doorstep of many delicious places that also happen to be Treatmo Hotspots.

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