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Eisenberg's Sandwich Shop

  1. diplomacy
    Eisenberg’s New Owner Says His Goal Is to Change NothingHe even wants you to know he likes egg creams.
  2. uncertain futures
    New York Classic Eisenberg’s Sold to New OwnersThey say they won’t change it.
  3. the grub street diet
    Todd Snyder Knows There’s Never a Bad Time for Great Wine“If I set bottles aside at home, I feel like I need to wait until the right moment, but then I think, Isn’t every day the right moment?
  4. The Grub Street Diet
    Mimi Sheraton Hates ‘Cottony’ Croissants, Loves a Good Butcher Plate“For lunch, I contemplated the epic chakchouka…”
  5. Tony Tony Tony
    Anthony Bourdain’s Guide to Disappearing New YorkA rundown of all the Tonyisms in last night’s ‘No Reservations’ episode, plus some outtake footage.
  6. Mediavore
    The Year in Preview; Too-Small Portions at Eleven Madison ParkPlus: Old New York at Eisenberg’s Sandwich Shop, and a milk surplus, all in our morning news roundup.
  7. Mediavore
    Socialista Back in Business; 2nd Avenue Deli Still DeliversSocialista, now rid of that pesky hepatitis-A problem, is once again hosting celebs like Sting and Josh Hartnett. [NYP] Conflict-of-interest alert! The soon-to-be-new president of the Obesity Society had to step down after drawing criticism for his paid consultant work for the restaurant industry, for whom he produced a puzzling affidavit asserting that posting calorie info on menus could have a negative effect on obesity. [NYT] Good news: The 2nd Avenue Deli still delivers anywhere in town. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch]
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    Bradley and Freitag Planning a ‘Lusty’ Menu for the Harrison; HotAstoria: Bar 36 at 36-05 30th Avenue hosts Martini Thursdays, where it’s “$2 off every martini on their menu (or create your own). Can’t beat the free snacks, too!” [Joey in Astoria] East Village: You’d be hard-pressed find a better, more satisfying “fantastic when it was hot but … made for a mean late night snack as well” deal than bär-bo-ne’s nightly five-course fresh pasta tasting menu. [Gluttoness] Flatiron: Eisenberg’s has been serving tater tots as latkes, but “the owner talked about getting in some big latkes soon. Let’s hope so … A place like Eisenberg’s deserves to have the best latkes.” [Lost City] Midtown West: Norma’s has added new breakfast items to its menu, including hot chestnut pancakes and a chocolate waffle with peanut-butter-toffee-crunch filling, but don’t expect to get in and try them until the tourist exodus in January. [Eater] Tribeca: With chef Amanda Freitag at the helm, Jimmy Bradley plans to strive “for a bold, lusty, soulful menu at the Harrison.” Saucy! [Restaurant Girl] Upper East Side: On weekdays through December, Zoë Townhouse at 135 East 62nd Street is offering a 15 percent discount off bottles of wine from noon to 7 p.m. [Grub Street] Williamsburg: From these pictures, the opening of the Peter Luger annex, which would significantly expand the restaurant, seems imminent. [Eater]
  9. Three Blocks
    Banker Cash Meets Working-Class Eats in Flatiron SouthThe micro-micro-neighborhood centered around Broadway and 20th happens to be the capital of Danny Meyer’s small but beloved empire of restaurants, where Credit Suisse First Boston financiers do lunch; actors and temps, meanwhile, have an array of lowbrow eats to choose from.