/
Close
Newsletters  | Mobile

T+L Reports: Going Raw

Raw cuisine may be the ultimate slow food: making "bread" by dehydrating nuts and grains can take up to three days. Devotees insist that the health benefits of raw food are worth the effort at these four restaurants from New York to California, where nothing is heated above 98 degrees.
—Lucie Young

Pure Food and Wine
54 Irving Place
New York City
212/477-1010
THE DISH Matthew Kenny's truffled-squash pasta takes four days to prepare
CELEB FANS Natalie Portman, Mike Piazza, and Jimmy Fallon
OWNER'S CLAIM "Since I went raw, I've never slept better" says Sarma Melngailis

In the Raw
65 Tinker St.
Woodstock, N.Y.
845/679-9494
THE DISH Don't miss Barbara Banfield's flourless and frosted lemon-coconut cake
CELEB FANS Meg Ryan, Liv Tyler, and Shalom Harlow
OWNER'S CLAIM "My moods are more level, and I look better than ever before," assures Banfield

Go Raw Café & Juice Bar
2381 E. Windmill Lane
Las Vegas
702/450-9007
THE DISH The sushi with "rice" made of yams is the talk of the town
CELEB FANS Moby, Erykah Badu (and stars who order up to their hotel rooms)
OWNER'S CLAIM "You'll lose weight, and have more energy and mental clarity," says owner Lu V

Juliano's Raw
609 Broadway
Santa Monica
310/587-1552
THE DISH The signature concoction: a vegan rendition of a cheese-burger and fries
CELEB FANS Madonna, Prince, Gwyneth Paltrow, and even Steve Jobs
OWNER'S CLAIM "It's the Fountain of Youth—it works better than sex," says chef Juliano Brotman

Advertisement

Sign Up


Connect With Travel + Leisure
  • Travel+Leisure
  • Tablet
  • Available devices

Already a subscriber?
Get FREE ACCESS to the digital edition


Advertisement


Advertisement

Advertisement

Marketplace