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Danny Meyer Taps the Commuter Crowd with Daily Provisions

Daily Provisions

Posted on Jun 21, 2010 in Best Of, Sandwiches

Americans love to eat with their hands, especially in summer.  Warm weather lends itself to hot dogs, ice cream cones, milkshakes and fries.  No utensils required.  While the lobster roll holds first place as the quintessential summer sandwich, we’ve noticed plenty of new, inspired options this season.  And in a city as diverse as New York, you can expect lots of diversity.  Why eat another ham & cheese when you can try The Spotted Pig’s cubano sandwich at lunch?  New York offers everything from an Indian grilled cheese to General Tso’s tofu sandwich at No. 7 Sub in the Ace Hotel. Mile End – Smoked Brisket Sandwich Address: 97A Hoyt Street bet. Atlantic and Pacific avenues (Brooklyn) Phone: (718) 852-7510 Let the tourists flock to Katz’s, we think Mile End’s got the best “pastrami” sandwich in town.  This new,...

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Make Sandwich is Set to Dominate NYC’s Fast-Casual Scene

Make Sandwich

Posted on Jun 21, 2010 in Best Of, Sandwiches

Americans love to eat with their hands, especially in summer.  Warm weather lends itself to hot dogs, ice cream cones, milkshakes and fries.  No utensils required.  While the lobster roll holds first place as the quintessential summer sandwich, we’ve noticed plenty of new, inspired options this season.  And in a city as diverse as New York, you can expect lots of diversity.  Why eat another ham & cheese when you can try The Spotted Pig’s cubano sandwich at lunch?  New York offers everything from an Indian grilled cheese to General Tso’s tofu sandwich at No. 7 Sub in the Ace Hotel. Mile End – Smoked Brisket Sandwich Address: 97A Hoyt Street bet. Atlantic and Pacific avenues (Brooklyn) Phone: (718) 852-7510 Let the tourists flock to Katz’s, we think Mile End’s got the best “pastrami” sandwich in town.  This new,...

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New York’s Tastiest Turkey Sandwiches

Posted on Nov 23, 2015 in Best Of, Sandwiches

Turkey doesn’t tend to get a whole lot of love beyond the Thanksgiving table except when it comes to sandwiches — and even those can be snooze-worthy affairs. Which is why we rounded up a few, awesome between-the-bread creations, that actually shine an ultra-flattering spotlight on the oft-maligned bird — from the Asian-inspired Pulled Turkey at Num Pang, to Parm’s Spicy Roast Turkey & Mozzarella to No. 7 Sub’s Turkey & Frito Combo…

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Court Street Grocers is Raising Manhattan’s Sandwich Game

Posted on Nov 18, 2015 in Sandwiches

We’re so far removed from the days when grabbing a to-go sandwich in New York meant ham and cheese from the local deli. In fact, the past six months alone have ushered in a slew of cutting edge sammy shops, including Fuku and now, Court Street Grocers Manhattan foray…

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Uniquely Updated Jewish Deli Fare at Harry & Ida’s

Posted on Sep 24, 2015 in Best Of, First Bite, Food Markets, Sandwiches

If the critically-lauded Harry & Ida’s is any indication, classic Jewish deli fare is ripe for reinvention, with pastrami topped with rounds of buttermilk-fermented cucumber, dried into jerky, or transformed into juicy, shitake mayo-slicked hot dogs…

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BEC Peddles All-Day Breakfast in a Bun

Posted on Jun 9, 2015 in Best Of, Sandwiches

Got a breakfast sandwich fetish? Jessica Bologna does, which is why she opened BEC, an-all day breakfast sandwich joint in Chelsea with some seriously delicious options…

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Whirlybird

Posted on Mar 7, 2014 in Best Of, Sandwiches

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Court Street Grocers

Posted on Mar 7, 2014 in Best Of, Sandwiches

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Momofuku Milk Bar

Posted on Mar 7, 2014 in Best Of, Sandwiches

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Shelsky’s Smoked Fish

Posted on Mar 7, 2014 in Best Of, Sandwiches

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Taboonette

Posted on Mar 7, 2014 in Best Of, Sandwiches

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Dominique Ansel Bakery

Posted on Mar 7, 2014 in Best Of, Sandwiches

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New York's Top Tortas

Posted on Feb 17, 2011 in Best Of, Sandwiches

New York is famous for many things, including sandwiches.  Think about the possibilities at lunchtime: There’s everything from heroes to pastrami on rye to a banh mi or even a Cubano. But one of our favorites is the Mexican torta, a sandwich that often gets overshadowed by burritos or chicken mole on a menu.  What makes tortas so great are the slew of ingredients stuffed inside.  There’s often not one, but two types of meat, cheese, veggies, sauce and beans. So next time you’re at El Mariachi in Astoria or just about any Mexican joint, skip over tacos and try a torta with breaded flank steak and chorizo, Or pick up lunch at Pampano Taqueria in Midtown, which serves one of the best shrimp tortas around.  The cities studded with torta shops worth visiting. This Astoria café has an extensive menu of traditional Mexican cooking,...

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New York's Best New Sandwiches

Posted on Jun 21, 2010 in Best Of, Sandwiches

Americans love to eat with their hands, especially in summer.  Warm weather lends itself to hot dogs, ice cream cones, milkshakes and fries.  No utensils required.  While the lobster roll holds first place as the quintessential summer sandwich, we’ve noticed plenty of new, inspired options this season.  And in a city as diverse as New York, you can expect lots of diversity.  Why eat another ham & cheese when you can try The Spotted Pig’s cubano sandwich at lunch?  New York offers everything from an Indian grilled cheese to General Tso’s tofu sandwich at No. 7 Sub in the Ace Hotel. Mile End – Smoked Brisket Sandwich Address: 97A Hoyt Street bet. Atlantic and Pacific avenues (Brooklyn) Phone: (718) 852-7510 Let the tourists flock to Katz’s, we think Mile End’s got the best “pastrami” sandwich in town.  This new,...

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