From Mile End's Noah Bernamoff and his high-profile friends.
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In the iconic De Robertis Caffé space.
Featuring soft-scrambled eggs with butter, cream, and fish roe, the Smile’s granola, beet-cured lox, and, of course, lots of Montreal-meets-New York-style bagels
Why do so many chefs refuse to sell burgers during prime-time hours?
Did someone say General Tso's poutine?
Honey water is involved.
This year's picks include a healthy swath of Brooklyn talent.
If you care about sandwiches, you won't mind a few dollars extra.
Don't expect pictures of Woody Allen on the wall, either.
That's a lot of bologna.
They did a test run over the weekend.
The small retail area of the new Mile End production facility will sell smoked meat by the pound as well as provisions.
Plus: Eddie Huang brings a “Taiwanese Ultra-Meat Mix” to Meatopia 2011.
That seems to be proprietor Noah Bernamoff's hope.
Mile End proprietor Noah Bernamoff gripes about Katz's while an old-school deli sticks to its guns.