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Brooklyn has frequently benefited from regular comparisons to Portland, especially as far as restaurants are concerned; not only do we have easy, widespread access to Stumptown coffee, but the borough has served as second home to Andy Ricker, who’s blessed us with multiple variations of Pok Pok. And now, we’ve factored into the expansion plans of the beloved Oregon chainlet, Bunk Sandwiches, as well—previously included amongst Travel + Leisure’s “America’s Best Sandwiches,” Food &...
Residents of Park Slope and lovers of basic-yet-delicious subs everywhere, brace yourselves: The beloved City Sub, which closed last year due to building renovations, reopens today, basically right now, at 82 Fifth Avenue under the new moniker City Subs (there’s an extra ’s’ in there, just to be clear). As reported by Grub Street, City Subs--helmed by Thomas Moran, a ten-year veteran at the original location--will offer all the same subs that were loved and gobbled by sandwich...
You’ll rarely see press mention of Momo Sushi Shack, perennially under the radar although it exists in plain sight, in shadowed cattycorner to the elaborately graffiti’d, ever-expanding Roberta’s compound. And that’s just how owner Phil Gilmour prefers it, letting patrons find their own way to his Spicy Mc Bomb— ping-pong balls of tacky sushi rice, topped with flaps of tuna, squiggles of mayo, and birds nests of crisped kataifi — without much in the way...
When taken at face value, the sandwich is probably the most genius feat of culinary accomplishment in the history of mankind. The sandwich, which was invented in 1762 by England’s very own Earl of Sandwich, John Montagnu--is a paradox: It’s both a beacon of versatility (you can put whatever the hell you want in a sandwich), and a symbol of simple pleasures (two slices of bread intersected by American cheese qualifies). But over the years,...

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