If your workplace is a laptop, consider this location your new boffice (bar+office=boffice.) Come for the boffice, stay for their Moroccan Mojito (mint tea & rum) Read more on MetroFocus: Read more.
The Italiano: prosciutto di Parma, hot sopressata, deliciously fatty-edged ham roasted in-house, "Petit Jesu" salami, and a shower of Pecorino Sardo with fresh arugula, roasted peppers, and tomato. Read more.
Eggplant: Incredibly, deliciously, oily—a garlicky, acidic marinade that adds flavor to everything it touches, seeping into the eggplant, bleeding into the hummus, further dressing the Israeli salad. Read more.
Grilled Cheese and Plantain: A heaping mound of shredded cheddar and Gruyère melted into an oozy pool kept in check by butter-soaked grain bread, and the soft fried plantains added sweetness and heft. Read more.
This nautical dive has some of the city’s best bar food, including a knockout cheeseburger with mayo and sliced half-sour pickles tucked beneath an amply salted LaFrieda patty. Read more.
A popular brunch item is the two-eggs any style, made with farm-fresh eggs, house-made marmalade and locally sourced bacon or sausage Read more.
The menu is strong on hearty takes on brunch classics like boudin noir sausage with egg chickpeas and cilantro toast; duck leg with yolk and sweet potato; and roasted eggs and mushrooms. Read more.