Does a breakfast sandwich ever leave you wanting more? That will never be the case at Southside Coffee, a tiny coffee shop in South Slope where people line up for sandwiches, cinnamon buns, pie, and Counter Culture coffee. Your first order of business should be a New School sandwich. The soft and buttery scrambled eggs, bacon, and sriracha miso-tahini on a seeded hero will undo any malaise caused by a subpar bodega BEC. This sandwich is a pleasant reminder that crunch, spice, and greens don’t have to be reserved for lunch or dinner.
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