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Since The MEET unabashedly worships meat, vegetarians and vegans might be shocked by how the décor references carnivorous appetites — the cattle horn-shaped chandeliers, the lamp made out of deer antlers, the open, glass meat locker where raw cuts of beef age — on display like works of art. If the idea of a raw meat exhibition makes you queasy, don’t bother making the trip. But if there’s no turning back, The MEET does offer a grilled mixed vegetable platter and grilled seafood for pescatarians. Vegetarians can also make a meal out of the recommended restaurant’s sides, like the macaroni and cheese with truffles and goat cheese or creamed spinach. Vegans can dig into a dish of stir-fried mushrooms and broccoli — just be sure to confirm that the vegetables are not fried in butter, as it varies from veggie to veggie.