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Luke Holden is the creator behind the eponymous "shacks" located throughout Manhattan and some say this is where you can find the best lobster roll in the city. The roll is a small slice of heaven served upon a traditional split-top bun, a little mayo, lemon butter and not much else, but that is the way it should be, because the lobster sells itself. The menu is simple and pure, there is a choice between crab, shrimp and lobster rolls or the Taste of Maine which includes three of the aforementioned rolls. If you are a duo, have the Noah's Ark which is the Taste of Maine for two. Luke and his crew believe in sustainability and harvest their catch each day in Maine without middle-men and distributors, so you are assured of compliance with strict regulations in that state, as well as the freshest lobster on the island.
The beauty of places like Alidoro is that people of all ages throng here. Whether it's a Pinocchio sandwich or a meatball sub, when it comes to comfort food, this eatery is the best snack joint in Soho. Though the management has changed hands, the menu remains the same; a respite for Alidoro loyals, which also includes high-schoolers. Chat at the tables or order to go, the selections will have you back for more.
Durante más de 100 años, esta enorme tienda judía con estilo de cafetería ha estado deleitando a los neoyorquinos con su pastrami y bocadillos de pechuga junto con sus deliciosas comidas "kosher". El restaurante es humilde, con mesas de formica alineadas en filas, puede no ser el lugar ideal para una cita (a menos que quiera recordar a su cita cómo era comer en el comedor de la escuela), pero a quienes les apetezca un sándwich gigante servido con encurtidos o un par de perritos calientes kosher, tal vez no haya mejor lugar en la ciudad que Katz. No hay servicio de mesa, pero la mayoría de la gente toma un ticket de la puerta y se lo da al hombre del mostrador al realizar su pedido, para pagar al salir.
Located in Brooklyn on Hoyt Street near Atlantic Avenue, Mile End Delicatessen brings smoked meats from the our neighbor to the North down south. Breakfast is available with choices like a bagel and schmear or whitefish salad. The smoked meat and beef brisket, gets underway at noon everyday. There are other hearty dishes like smoked salami, turkey and more. Plus, there is the authentic Montreal dish that guarantees to clog arteries - poutine, which consists of fries with cheese curds and gravy. There is a brief shutdown time between lunch and dinner from 4p to 5:30p. Additional dishes are available for dinner, and brunch is available on the weekends; however, the smoked brisket is the way to go for first timers. Beer and wine are also available.
Eisenberg Sandwich Shop has been serving sandwiches that are just perfect since 1929. Check out their pastrami, corned beef and tuna salad on rye, vanilla egg cream, rice pudding, pastrami sandwich, egg and bacon sandwiches and more with fountain coke or Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray soda. This is a place that may look and feel old, but serves that just proves that quality stands the test of time.
Desde su inauguración en 1954, 2nd Avenue Deli Restaurant se convirtió en uno de los nombres más reconocidos del universo de los delis judíos de Manhattan. El menú está compuesto por los favoritos clásicos, como los sándwiches de carne molida, la sopa de Matzo, y los sándwiches de pastrami, todo servido en un salón decorado completamente con recuerdos yiddish. Si bien la tienda original de la calle 2 cerró en 2006, fue reabierta en la calle 33 con el menú original intacto. No se arrepentirán de hacer esas cuadras extra para probar la magia de este emblema de Manhattan.
Located close to Grand Central Terminal, Num Pang Sandwich Shop has been satiating hunger pangs of the residents of Midtown since 2011. Founded by Ben Daitz and Ratha Chaupoly, this place serves sandwiches prepared in Cambodian style. Popular among the patrons are their signature sandwiches': pulled Duroc pork laced with honey, hoisin meatballs and grilled hanger steak. You could also try out their specials preparations of grilled Khmer sausage, grilled Portobello and oven roasted turkey breast. They also offer a variety to satisfy the vegetarian palate. Although there is no seating within the restaurant, you can enjoy your sandwiches at the plaza nearby.
This little deli serves up some of the area's best prepared foods and sandwiches. This unassuming storefront hides within it a treasure trove of delicious flavors and quality ingredients. Brancaccio's even produces what has been called one of NYC's best sandwiches in "The Complex Mag" sandwich filled with eggplant caponata, ricotta cheese, broccoli rabe and eggs. This is just one example of the kinds of incredible sandwiches Brancaccio's makes, not to mention the selection of other foods like roast chicken or pasta bolognese.
Situated on tree-lined 31st Avenue in Astoria, Il Bambino offers some of the best panini anywhere in the city. Upon entering, visitors will see their pig logo which highlights the restaurant's favorite animal, however the kitchen still serves chicken and vegetarian options along with some hearty homemade soups. To begin, the charcuterie plate is a nice touch, the crostini are perfect for sharing and the after dinner baked goods make this establishment delightful. If you can't visit this location, there is another one in the West Village.
A wide range of delectable sandwiches awaits you at Defonte's of Brooklyn. This business began in the early 1900s by an Italian immigrant Nick Defonte who earlier settled in Brooklyn, hence the name. You can choose from a range of sandwiches, including turkey, roast beef, ham and egg, or select from one of their specials such as 'The Dino,' filled with meatball and parmesan cheese, or Defonte's Cuban stuffed with pork, ham, pickles and a variety of sauces.