No Zuzu, but UES transplant does the trick when you need to sate that ramen jones. Hefty soup bowls not shy with the salt. Classic naruto ramen with swirly namesake fishcake not as rich as it shoul... read more
Gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, now filling the gaping gruyere hole in your childhood. Bread from Blue Ribbon and Sullivan Street Bakery repels Kraft singles. Think Vermont aged cheddar, notably... read more
Delicious Brazilian eatery like a watering hole in the desert that is the Williamsburg-Greenpoint no man's land. Petite 25-seater whips up meaty sandwiches and snacks from a cramped corner kitchen.... read more
No longer a place for freelancers to work and loiter (see the "no laptop" sign) unless you've come for the food. Formal dining room in the rear, casual café in the front, garden way back. D... read more
Owner Dung Trinh worked front of the house at Indochine and La Esquina before opening shop in Williamsburg. His narrow bánh mì venue, enlivened with a bright yellow wall, offers varie... read more
Medium may be bread, meat, and mayo, but artisans here approach sandwiches with reverence normally reserved for haute cuisine. Tempting menu combines unironic lowbrow comforters (potato chips on tu... read more
TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO FIRE. Former chef at Gramercy Tavern dishes out high-quality, health-conscious food at everyman prices. Order from the chalkboard menus above the bar, then grab a seat. Wa... read more
Small, counter-service café for coffee dates, friendly lunches, after-school snacks. Chalkboard menu lists meat and veggie sandwiches, salads. Pressed panini made with Sullivan Street Bakery... read more
Simple keeps it complex: neighborhood café transforms into tasty pop-up Vietnamese joint when it's not dishing out classic American fare. Homemade bread keeps the vibes cozy on non-Southeast... read more
Bánh mì nirvana at preme hawker of the greatest sandwich ever, sorry Cubano. Sunset Park bakery boasts crunchiest buns, tartiest daikon, don’t-ask pâtés. Out of con... read more
Fitting moniker translates as "my house," as fusion bánh mì finds natural home among freaks and geeks of Billysburg. Though traditional No. 1 no match for Daddy’s pork pât... read more
Family-run Carroll Gardens spot, vies for best coffee in the city. Been around forever, comes correct with old-school sacks of beans, aproned staff. Italian mastery evident in on-site roaster (the ... read more
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