Springbone Kitchen Brings Fast, Accessible Bone Broth To The Village
Greenwhich Village and NYU have gone through several changes throughout the years– what was once the seedy underbelly to Bob Dylan’s 1960’s, drug-addled New York is now a hub for no-frills eateries and overly ambitious NYU Law Students. The latest offering to grace the culinary scene on W. 3rd Street is Springbone Kitchen, a fast-casual takeaway specializing in bone broth, as well as other vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free whole food cuisine.
Long celebrated for its gut-healing, skin-beautifying properties, bone broth has become one of the most sought-after high value nutritional items in the NYC health scene. At Springbone Kitchen, all bone broth served is grass fed and collage-rich, full of glycine and proline, two anti-inflammatory amino acids that improve gut health and digestion and function as the cornerstone to immune system health and muscle repair. (Glycine has also been shown to significantly improve sleep and cognitive function.)
All menu items are free of GMOs, antibiotics, refined sugar, and canola oil– an added bonus considering that the broth is also delicious (we’re partial to the “Liquid Gold” drinking broth, which is chicken broth made with organic coconut milk and turmeric).
For those new to bone broth (or returning to red meat), Springbone Kitchen offers an array of items that prove (as health experts note) that grass-fed meat can be as delicious as it is nutritious– meat that is raised humanely is lean and full of nutrients!
Try the Zucchini Spaghetti with Grain-free Meatballs or the 100% Grass-fed Burger– with the option to prepare it on a gluten-free bun, a paleo bun, or a portabello mushroom cap, we promise it won’t disappoint. They even let you add guac!
For more information on Springbone Kitchen, visit their website.
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