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Swing by at lunch to pick up a “sando of the day” which features specials such as the braised pork leg with BBQ sauce, slaw, pickled red onions, jalapeño vinaigrette and aioli on a sweet deli roll.
This chocolate shop is a no-chew zone; in other words, it’s for real chocolate connoisseurs only.
Be sure to grab a couple traditional hamantashen or black and white cookies to go. Gregoire Located right around the corner from the renowned Chez Panisse, Gregoire is known as the first high-end artisan takeout restaurant.
Owned by French-trained chef and owner, Grégoire Jacquet, this small, yet charming carryout offers seasonal menus and serves both lunch and dinner.
Dinner items include items such as the grilled marinated lamb T-bone while the sandwiches include options such as the fried buttermilk chicken with spicy cole slaw or the roasted leg of lamb with bell pepper stew and goat cheese.
Though the sandwiches are impressively stacked, you simply cannot miss out on Gregoire’s crispy potato puffs, which have gained cult-like status in the Bay Area. Crispy on the outside, yet buttery and dense on the inside, these puffs are akin to fried mash potatoes balls on steroids.
Gray and his tight crew (Lester Walker, Malcolm Livingston , and Pierre Serrao) are proud members of an influential and high-functioning African diaspora with a global mindset.
They take long-haul flights like the rest of us hop on the tube. The thing about New York is that a millionaire and someone who lives in the Projects will ride the train together.
They curate all aspects, from the venue to the DJs to the decor, with themes ranging from the Black Panther future-world of Wakanda to the colonisation and re-appropriation of the yam.
The pizzeria located a few doors down whips up pizza of the day that is absolutely worth the line, which often times is long.
That said, live music is played every day, making the line fly by. Saul’s You don’t have to be in New York City for an authentic Jewish delicatessen experience.
I don’t care about the bells and whistles if the food isn’t delicious.” Attaboy for Korean fine-dining; Uncle Boons and Uncle Boons Sister for Thai with a New York attitude; and Crown Shy in the financial district, where their — a warehouse comprising test kitchen, studio and art gallery – was born. It offered them the opportunity to be positive and conspicuous members of the local community, whilst bringing artful glamour to their ends.
I’m an art collector, so to be able to have a space where people can interact with the art is great,” says Gray.