You can't go wrong with the short ribs Reuben or the roast pork and duck sauce-slathered sandwiches. And for dessert, indulge in the house-made rugelach and the St. Louis specialty, gooey butter cake. Read more.
Get the reuben made with corned beef brisket, sauerkraut and Come-Back sauce, and the Ultimate Warrior, with slow-roasted pork shoulder, broccoli rabe, provolone, and hot peppers on a Caputo hero. Read more.
HP Serves cocktails made with Kold-Draft ice cubes along with grass-fed “hamburger sandwiches,” oysters, turkey-leg sandwiches, marrow bones, and brunch... try the Kings County Sour before you depart. Read more.
Try one of the newest additions to Mile End’s menu, the breakfast burger, involves a juicy veal and turkey sausage patty, cheddar and apple-maple butter sandwiched by a house-made English muffin. Read more.
The best sandwiches I've had in the neighborhood from the fine folks who brought you Al Di La & Bar Corvo. The Rotisserie Porchetta + Chicken make for killer splitty-splitty and the farro salad rocks.
Tied for Bitches Who Brunch's NYC Best Bites 2016 winner for Best Breakfast Sandwich! The egg was perfectly cooked, and the house-made English muffin was light and flaky. Read more.