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CNBC Anchor Nicole Lapin Shares Favorite NYC Vegetarian Hotspots

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As co-anchor of CNBC’s Worldwide Exchange and The Kudlow Report, Nicole Lapin spends her days talking about the greenbacks — but that isn’t the only green in Lapin’s life. A longtime vegan, this television gal makes sure to get her green on three times a day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner!

In a recent interview with HauteLiving.com, Lapin shares some of her favorite NYC finds — including vegetarian hotspots, rockstar charities, and inpsiring cultural events. Here’s a sampling of a few of our faves of her faves:

FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Pure Food and Wine
BEST SUSHI: Soy & Sake Village Vegetarian Cafe
BEST DESSERT: Stogo’s gourmet, organic, dairy-free ice cream
BEST SUNDAY BRUNCH: COUNTER Vegetable Bistro & Organic Bar
FAVORITE CHARITY EVENT: Anything for Operation Smile (I’m a Global “Smile Ambassador.”)
FAVORITE CULTURAL EVENT: CGI (Clinton Global Initiative)
ALL-AROUND FAVORITE SPOT IN NEW YORK: Union Square Farmers Market

Wanna know what else the plant-powered news anchor hearts? Check out HauteLiving.com for a complete list Nicole’s favorites!

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