If you need something to get you through the wait at Eggslut in Grand Central Market, Clark Street Bread is strategically placed next to that line, and has a bunch of pastries, plus a handful of toasts and sandwiches. Get a kouign amann to eat while you stand, or just skip Eggslut altogether and, if you like avocado toast you should try this one. The bread here is fantastic too, so even if you’re eating somewhere else, you should probably grab a loaf to take home.
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