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Saigon Shack


114 Macdougal St, New York
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This a casual Vietnamese spot on MacDougal Street where you can sit down and eat a sandwich or some pho. They also have some sides and other noodle dishes, and it’s all pretty cheap. This place is only a few blocks from NYU, so expect a mob of students during the school year, and be aware that MacDougal Street is a zoo on weekends.

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photo credit: Emily Schindler

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