The tagline of this haute, trailblazing vegetarian Lower East Side resto is “anyone can cook a hamburger, leave the vegetables to the professionals.” You’ll find that award-winning chef Amanda Cohen’s artful plant-based delicacies are not your mother’s Brussels sprouts. Although no longer offering a-la-carte dining, guests can choose between the prix fixe five course Vegetable Patch ($57, tip included) or the nine-to-ten course Vegetable Garden ($83, tip included). Sample dishes include the aptly-titled “Broccoli”, which is a playful take on the classic ballpark frankfurter (grilled and smoked broccoli dogs with broccoli kraut and mustard barbecue sauce) as well as “Mushroom”, a rich portobello mousse with sautéed Asian pears, cherries, and truffle toast. For dessert try an onion chocolate tart with smoked almond ice cream. You’ll never look at onions and chocolate in the same way again, guaranteed.