5th Avenue Market
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Sandwiches here are great. OPEN 24 HOURS. Beer, groceries, fancy organic / gluten-free snacks, ice cream, etc all available. Great for odd hours.
In a rush? This place has amazing sandwiches, wraps, and salads, tons of snacks: a legit NYC Bodega. Tell Moe at the counter I sent you. He was one of the first people I met in the neighborhood.
Sammy and Mo are your friendly bodega pals. The deli guys will make you delicious sandwiches. Try the pastrami ruben. They also deliver.
“Excellent, casual place for coffee. Good pastries and muffins, with a variety of gluten free and vegan options.”
“There’s no reason an upscale cocktail bar should serve food this good, but somehow Blueprint makes it look effortless. While it’s better known for its superb drinks (like the spicy Smoky Mary’s or the My Dear Julius), you’ll be hard-pressed to avoid ordering a little something once you see the charcuterie plates (which are sliced to order behind the bar) or the baby octopus being sent out. And at around $12 a cocktail, Blueprint avoids the dizzyingly high prices that have become standard fare at many places throughout the city. Lucey’s Lounge in Gowanus serves standout cocktails and is a close substitute for folks in South Slope who are looking for something a little closer to home.”
“The use of organic, sustainably raised ingredients from local producers is why Rose Water earned a loyal following of locals who settle in the muted, earth-toned room to peruse a menu that changes frequently but is reliably stacked with bold flavors. Main courses may include grilled striped bass with fiddleheads, bacon, shiitake mushrooms and almond milk or tender braised beef short ribs with braised red cabbage, mustard spaetzle and horseradish-dill cream.”