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Healthy H. Kitchen lunch, w/cozy and relaxed atmosphere

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catewats Mar 15, 2007 12:12 PM

I just moved to 46th and 9th, and I like a lot of restaurants for dinner. Haven't scouted much for lunch, but am looking for a place to eat at on a regular basis....something as a solid go-to when I'm hungry and don't want to make a trek. Grazie!

  1. Nosher Mar 17, 2007 02:05 AM

    I'm with you on Sandwich Planet, Johleer--great bread (courtesy of Sullivan St.) and very good quality fillings. We also like Burgers & Cupcakes and Amy's Bread for sandwiches.

    You can also get a slice of fantastic artisanal pizza at Sullivan St. Bakery on 47th between 10th and 11th. The potato pizza especially makes my toes curl with pleasure.

    Nosher

    NYCNosh* http://nycnosh.com

    1. j
      johleer Mar 15, 2007 11:22 PM

      Oh yeah--Not very original, but where you are for health and variety the new Lennys may be the best bet.

      1. j
        johleer Mar 15, 2007 11:04 PM

        welcome to the hood, Im at 42 and 10. Good lunches include sandwich planet (best veggie burger ever--seriously I dont even like the things but these are GOOD!!). Alyssa falafel. Devi deli. go sushi. rice and beans brazilian. for pizza I like Sal and tonys but others will argue of course. el deportivo. Sorry for the roll call but its late and Im hungry. Depending on your definition of healthy some of the above work. Also golden chicken and ribs has excellent greek style salad to go with grilled chicken.

        1. r
          RGR Mar 15, 2007 09:03 PM

          Many of the places we like for dinner in that area are also good choices for lunch.

          West Bank Cafe - http://www.westbankcafe.com

          Cascina - http://www.cascina.com

          Marseille - http://www.marseillenyc.com

          Roberto Passon - http://www.robertopasson.com

          Uncle Nick's - Menu on menupages.com

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