Broadway btw 28 & 29 (Flatiron-ish)
Ryan and I got sandwiches to go yesterday. I'd been to Tyler Kord's No. 7 in Fort Greene for dinner so I was expecting some zany sandwich combinations. It was quite crowded at 12:15, prime lunch time. We waited about 10-15 minutes for our sandwiches, not bad. I mean, it ain't Subway, thank goodness!
We got our stuff to go then walked up to Greeley Square to eat. Ryan's Eggplant Parm, with yellow squash, pickled jalapenos, BBQ chips and fontina cheese. Quite filling for a veggie sandwich.
I got the Roast Beef sandwich, toasted and then topped with horseradish, pickled endives and fried scallions. The scallions were a nice surprise and the bread held up to all the meat filling. Not once did it fall apart.