Aye, droogies, a milk bar that beats Korova. No Ludovico Technique necessary to keep our eyes snapped open for farm-fresh yogurt, chocolate milk, and thick, creamery ginger crème brûl&... read more
Busiest because it's the best. Midtown catchall gives you sustenance for another soul-deadening day at the office with sushi, udon, bulgogi, pastrami, Philly steaks, chicken marsala, create-your-ow... 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
Successor to first-wave bánh mì gentrification. Pioneering An Dong daughter brought porky subs over from Sunset Park way back in ought-four, finally sold out in '11. EV storefront dow... read more
SoHa star, in the running for best panini in NYC. Top ingredients make for addictive sandwiches, stuffed with prosciutto, gorgonzola, roast beef, heart of palm. Extensive list hell for the indecisi... read more
Chelsea outpost of Tom Colicchio's expanding to-go mini-chain, specializing in the humble sandwich. Baby sib of Craft empire has slightly less designy décor, but equally fun atmosphere. Love on the... read more
Craft's sandwich arm gets ambitious with a full-on dinner program. Chef Sisha Ortuzar whips up haute, market-driven eats, served at reasonable prices. Roasted short rib with romesco and grilled sca... read more
Draws regular lunch crowd with wide variety of the usual sandwiches, salads, panini, and other deli fare. Sail past it all to the soup station at the back, and you'll be rewarded with some of the g... read more
Finger sandwiches, French toast, and fairy wings, Alice's is nothing short of whimsicle. A brunch hit with an eclectic tea list to be ordered by the pot and paired with treats of any tangent (the p... read more
Cluttered interior stacked up with sweet enticements. Excellent spot for breakfast tacos. Salads or overstuffed European sandwiches for lunch. Brews chicory-laden Café du Monde, but the house blend... read more
One of Nolita's many day clubs, where nightlife scenesters pose for one another in the afternoon sunlight. Be sure to wear your oversized sunglasses. Small sidewalk seating area gives way to modern... read more
Just what its name claims. Like having your own outpost of grandma all over the city. Worker bees descend in droves for chowders, bisques, and fagioli. Pair things up with salad or sandwich combos.... read more
Save yourself the hassle of going to the Union Square greenmarket and then having to like cook or whatever, by letting CB do it for you. Fresh bread and fruit. Serious salad bar. Cute place to meet... read more
Sister shop to Brooklyn's Red Hook location, this sandwich shop offers up a bang for your ten bucks. Full sub with your choice of meats, roast beef, turkey, and all the necessary additions. read more
Alessandro passed the torch to new blood, but fortunately the old Melampo spot is still banging out superior Italian sandwiches. Loss of "Sandwich Nazi" makes for much friendlier, if less exciting,... read more
Meaty throwback to the delihood heyday. Like a dream from a Ben Katchor cartoon, satisfying carnivores and vegetarians alike. Large portions for delivery and take-out, too, with fast service and wi... read more
Are they giving away free iPods? Or perhaps it's that delectable fake chicken wrap that's got the kids so hot and bothered? Obsessive fan base with excellent Mac products packs the place all-day-ev... 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
Is it tbsp, or Tablespoon? A catering company with a storefront with a café, or a café with a storefront for a catering company? Place is out of place in Union Square/Flatiron, ... read more
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
Sleek spinning studio became a mini-chain in a snap. Addictive clas...
Frenchish café chain has many, many outposts throughout NYC,...
Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...