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Iirc they always have a veg option and the few times ive tried it it was pretty good

We do. It's not exactly an exciting time of the year to work with produce but we do what we can.

 

 

Cauliflower "steak" sandwich with a rutabaga sauce?

 

 

And then the next day you can have rutabaga "steak" with a cauliflower sauce.

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Tomorrow after lunch rush.    Nice infograph about our sandwiches in an Israeli publication.  

Guess who came to dinner?

how much will you be paying wilfrid to not post pictures of your sandwiches on instagram?

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A little late to the discussion but, not their place.. The whole fam damily arrived late December and were blown away by the sandwiches.. The space itself, at the St Mark's theater has that old world charm.. Kind of like a Mc Sorley's or Corner Bistro semi abandoned dive bar version.. It's actually a beautiful space, homey and with the bartender to prove it..  She poured me a $3 dollar skunked high life or miller.  After being informed of my skunked beer situation, she shrugged and charged me for it anyway but, at least asked if she could sell me another beer.. I obliged and added a shot of tequila.   But, again, it's a homey bar with a round table in the center window... Off to the side is their tiny pristine kitchen where they are making some fantastic sandwiches.  Second  beer, not skunked! 

 

The day we arrived their menu was as follows:

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We took a seat at the cozy table in the window

 

The day we went, Ori was in the satellite command center.. I was able to communicate via telephone and intercom while, Sivan was doing all the work  :P   I must say again, the sandwiches were truly fantastic..

 

Smoked Rib Sandwich:

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Smoked Beef rib with coleslaw, pickles and a spicy homemade sauce.. Miss A flipped over the hot sauce.. I believe it was fermented by them from peppers they grew in their garden?  Either way, the rib itself was as good a smoked rib as I have had.. 

 

Next sandwich was the pulled pork sandwich.. 

 

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The red pepper romesco stood out as excellent. But, yeh, it's Ori and Sivan so everything is thought out and it's done extremely well. From the pork to the pickles, it's all great.  

 

Not to mention, all the bread is bought that day, crispy, hot, light and crunchy. 

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I have seen the menu changing on line and I look forward to trying everything they serve. 

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honest to god a sandwich spot from a couple of east village hipsters using vegetables grown in some smog fed east village superfund site, why are we talking about this? i bet that there will be lines and they will start running out of sandwiches and they don't even have table clothes or bidets.

 

(congrats ori and sivan!)

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honest to god a sandwich spot from a couple of east village hipsters using vegetables grown in some smog fed east village superfund site, why are we talking about this? i bet that there will be lines and they will start running out of sandwiches and they don't even have table clothes or bidets.

 

(congrats ori and sivan!)

 

I'm pretty sure our grow tent is the only one on the block that's not producing any THC. 

 

And we're very anxious to turn the skunked miller situation around so that we can serve intentionally bretty beer and wine. 

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honest to god a sandwich spot from a couple of east village hipsters using vegetables grown in some smog fed east village superfund site, why are we talking about this? i bet that there will be lines and they will start running out of sandwiches and they don't even have table clothes or bidets.

 

(congrats ori and sivan!)

 

I'm pretty sure our grow tent is the only one on the block that's not producing any THC. 

 

And we're very anxious to turn the skunked miller situation around so that we can serve intentionally bretty beer and wine. 

 

 

I should say, it added to the charm.. And it was only three bucks.. I think my next shot and a beer was like 5 or 6 bucks.. All forgiven. 

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The day we arrived their menu was as follows:

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Smoked Rib Sandwich:

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Smoked Beef rib with coleslaw, pickles and a spicy homemade sauce.. Miss A flipped over the hot sauce.. I believe it was fermented by them from peppers they grew in their garden?  Either way, the rib itself was as good a smoked rib as I have had.. 

 

Next sandwich was the pulled pork sandwich.. 

 

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The red pepper romesco stood out as excellent. But, yeh, it's Ori and Sivan so everything is thought out and it's done extremely well. From the pork to the pickles, it's all great.  

 

 

 

 

Those sandwiches look awesome. Best of luck to you Ori! A little birdy told me that Ori is using products from Sam's Butcher shop. The 1st 3 sandwiches from the menu above used Sam's country ribs, fennel porchetta for the pulled pork, and Sam's smoked salmon.

Thank you Ori for giving Sam your business! He is the nicest person, and makes some great smoked products. You have to find a way to incorporate his awesome andouille sausage into a sandwich (maybe sausage and your homegrown peppers) :)

 

http://samsbutchershop.com/

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Sam does smoke for us, but the meat products aren't quite the same as what you're getting from him (not that those aren't excellent in their own right). :)

 

Right now we're working with him on developing smoked brisket that will be competitive with places I like, but using better beef. 

 

But first, the Elk Osso Bucco should be around this week, the boudin noir once I figure out the logistics of service, and we're also testing a sort of dashi poached quenelle from pacific crab. 

 

eta: and yes, Sam is a great guy and I probably would never be able to say I've been to the Poconos if not for visiting him.  

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Maybe that is a story we should tell when preparing the brand for franchising in Singapore. 

 

 

To sandwichify this casserole, most of the cooking liquid and vegetables are turned into an intense spread, carrying the very clear message of osso bucco alla milanese. The meat is mixed with the marrow, leaving just the holes. 

 

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