Broth. That’s what you get here. And, sure, you could get a rice bowl or a burger with a, uh, portobello cap bun - but that isn’t what’s special about this place. The next time you make a series of bad choices regarding food or drink, stop by Springbone for a cup of broth. Try the chicken one with sweet potato and turmeric. They’ll give it to you in a coffee cup, and it’ll make you feel warm inside. This is a little store on West Third Street, and there’s a little communal table where you can sit down and eat - but you might as well take your broth to Washington Square Park.
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