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For over 30 years Anthony’s Deli has stood as a place where you can get an overstuffed wedge for a fair price. The quaint neighborhood Italian deli gets its reputation from making big, fat sandwiches made with fresh ingredients like the “Breakfast Barge” and “The Godfather” which is near impossible to finish in one seating. Read more...
Party-on with three-, four-, five- or (yes!) six-foot heros from this neighborhood fixture, which churns out a smorgasbord of deli fare 24/7. From classic Italian and American combos to chicken cutlets galore, these heros are a showstopper, no matter the filling, because really it’s all about the bread: dense, chewy, and a whopping six-inches tall. Read more...
3. The OutpostIt’s here that the standard BEC gets a farm-fresh upgrade. Thick-cut, salty Berkshire bacon and a couple of yolky eggs — from John Boy’s Farm in Cambridge, NY — get melded together with gooey cheese on a lightly toasted hard roll. It’s pricey at $8.75, but it’s a soul-satisfying, ideal New York breakfast.