Everywhere we ate out this week.
A look at all the recipes from our week.
Everywhere we ate this week.
All our recipes from the week.
From new fall menu items to greenmarket picks for Thanksgiving, we've been busy eaters this week.
A look at everywhere we ate out this week.
Ever since our first visit to Union Square's Taboonette, we have been on an arguably obsessive mission to eat our way through the entire menu. This time, we tried their Salmon and Egg ($6.75). It might be listed as a breakfast sandwich but lucky for all of us, it is served all day.
Roast pork, roasted peppers, and melty cheese: there's a lot going on in this sandwich.
Although I have enjoyed many of the dishes on Terroir East Village's menu, I find myself returning to their Duck Prosciutto Sandwich ($11) time and time again. It's duck breast cured with orange zest, coriander, and thyme to make a very ham-like piece of charcuterie.
A look at everything we ate this week.
Sauce's lunch menu includes some gravy-based "sloppy sandwiches," with your choice of meatballs, sausage, or braciole in Chef Frank Prisinzano's grandmother's very own meat sauce.
Sala One Nine sticks a well-cooked Spanish tortilla on a loaf of bread. It's mild—you could call it bland—but it makes for a satisfying, straightforward lunch.
Take a look at everywhere we ate this week.
A newcomer to Madison Square Eats, Broken English Osteria is selling pockets of pizza bianca stuffed with savory fillings.
Taboonette's Calamari Pita is stuffed with sautéed calamari, tzaziki, chimichuri, hummus, olive oil, and a salad of cherry tomato, watercress, and arugula with herbs. The calamari is tender, not chewy at all.
A look back at everywhere we ate this week.
This sub is stuffed with broccoli rabe, fennel, and mild provolone—not unlike a Philly roast pork sandwich.
Raymi treats their chicken sandwich much like their pork: with generous, fatty cuts and ample spicing for a complex but balanced-in-excess sandwich.
Take a look at everywhere we've eaten out this week.
M & O Market Deli makes some awesome, affordable deli sandwiches in the unlikely neighborhood of Soho. And while their Cajun Roast Beef isn't particularly Cajun, it's good stuff.
Although Raymi features a prominent ceviche bar and Pisco selection, they also have a pork and sweet potato sandwich worth seeking out.
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A look at everywhere we've eaten out this week.
In a neighborhood rife with overpriced, average-tasting food, this Soho deli makes basic, satisfying sandwiches that do honor to the form. We devoured this enormous hero in a matter of minutes.
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