Sullivan Street makes some very good bread that you’ll find at a bunch of restaurants around the city. At their Sullivan Street location (there’s also one in Hell’s Kitchen), you can sit down for a super-casual breakfast or lunch. Get a panini or a salad, or try one of their obscure Italian pastries. Their bomboloni are essentially Italian cream-filled doughnuts, and you should eat one.
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