You may remember when we tried The Bagel Store's bacon, egg and cheese bagel. But this Williamsburg bagel joint specializes in several other crazy bagel subspecies, so we went back for more.
All our recipes from this week.
We've compiled a list of NYC restaurants open on Christmas Day to keep you in the holiday spirit.
We've compiled a list of NYC restaurants open on Christmas Eve to keep you in the holiday spirit.
Fatty 'Cue's barbecue carries a Southeast Asian fishy funk, and their brisket is no exception. The Smoked Brisket Sandwich ($12), a staple of the Brooklyn location, is now available on the West Village restaurant's lunch menu for a limited time.
The unassuming storefront looks like the dozens of other Middle Eastern holes-in-the-wall lining Macdougal and Sullivan Streets, but Ba'al stands out with its incredibly creamy hummus and fluffy pita that holds up to messy, overstuffed fillings.
The All Natural Turkey Avocado Club ($10.50) at local didn't wow me with the protein alone, but the freshness and strong flavors of the other components made up for slightly dry turkey breast.
This beet sandwich costs a fraction of other Soho lunches, but it's just as good.
Our guide to where to eat out for Thanksgiving around town.
Mama Gyro's pita wraps may not be destination gyros, but they're worth a visit if you're in the neighborhood, and plenty cheap to boot.
'wichcraft has five seasonal additions to their sandwich menu—some new, some new versions of old favorites. Here's our rundown. Spoiler alert: we'd recommend them all.
Want the comforting familiarity of a Big Mac, but the exotic ingredients of a gyro? Mama Gyro's Mama Sauce is eerily similar to the beloved Special Sauce.
October is National Doughnut Month, and what better way to celebrate than with a three-borough guide to all things yeasty, cakey, and fried?
This elevated roast beef sandwich is certainly a satisfying lunch, with one caveat: the price.
The behemoth Chipotle Braised Cochinita torta at Comodo ($9) is rich, fatty, and porky — everything a pork sandwich should be.
The cultural mash-up that is Cafe Himalaya's tsel phing includes a Nepali red curry-coconut broth, Chinese wok-fried bean thread noodles and cabbage, and Indian-style fried paratha bread.
This kid-friendly "beaten rice" dish has a spicy undertones and a salty kick that makes polishing off this plate a breeze.
The Grilled Kimcheese at newly-opened Porsena Extra Bar makes an enticing pun, and as it turns out, a tasty sandwich. The thick-cut griddled pullman bread is soft and buttery, the filling a mix of puréed kimchi that adds bright heat to nutty aged cheddar and creamy mayo.
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