This is a Midtown coffee shop/lunch spot that Midtown should be grateful for. There are two other Gotans (in Williamsburg and Tribeca), and they all offer salads, sandwiches, and “health” bowls that are a cut above what you’ll come across at your average chain lunch spot. Nothing’s too expensive either, and, if you work in Midtown, you can eat this food several times a week without having to check WebMD every time you think your left arm maybe hurts.
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