Pool parties can be a lot of fun. Pool parties on an empty stomach, however, usually end in disaster. Bringing everyone to the Goodwich before is as close to a guarantee as you can get for a day that includes alcohol sipped out of a glass that’s a full foot tall. You’ll find some of the best sandwiches in the city here, like the “Ham&” with mostarda and aioli. Take an extra to go, like the Fluff ’n Nut, which comes with burnt house-made marshmallow fluff and Nutella, because a mid-party snack can only help.
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