Alidoro is a tiny shop in Soho where you can get a near-perfect Italian sandwich. For the most part, they stick to the basics (prosciutto, sopressata, fresh mozzarella, etc.), but they do them in all sorts of combinations. The menu is long, and somewhere on it you’ll find your sandwich-equivalent of Cinderella’s glass slipper. Maybe it’s the Fellini, the Brando, or the Alyssa. (All the sandwiches are named after people.) Stop by for a quick to-go lunch or feel free to order online.
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Earl’s Beer & Cheese
Earl’s menu of pig and cheese heavy snacks pairs perfectly with the small but righteous selection of draft beers that they have on tap. Head up north sometime to check it out, and also visit Earl’s sister restaurant around the corner, ABV.
A little Italian cafe and sandwich shop on the Upper East Side near Central Park. We love the sandwiches, but hate how much they cost.
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