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Sandwichs and bakeries

You keep running from a visit to a tour ? So here are the good and cheap places where you will be able to eat on the go or enjoy something sweet. In New York City, you will also find french bakeries !

Sandwich in New York
Enjoy !

Amy’s Bread

Amy Scherber launched Amy’s Bread in June of 1992. It all began in a small storefront on 9th Avenue in New York City, in a neighborhood known as Hell's Kitchen. At first there were 5 employees, a few wholesale customers and a small retail store. Now the bakery has over 100 employees, over 200 wholesale deliveries daily and three retail stores !
672 Ninth Avenue between 46th and 47th Streets, 75 Ninth Avenue between 15th and 16th Streets and 250 Bleecker Street/Leroy Street
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Bagel Boss

Founded 50 years ago in Long Island, Bagel Boss is now in Manhattan. Enjoy a wide selection of bagels and ask for your toppings. What about the bagel with salmon and cream cheese ? This one is my favourite ! :-)
544 3rd Avenue, between 36th and 37th Streets
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Bowery Eats

Located at the entrance of Bowery Kitchen, inside the Chelsea Market, Bowery Eats is waiting for you for a quick lunch not expensive. Check out the menu : sandwiches, wraps, burritos... You can also build your own sandwich with meats, cheeses, veggies... You can eat in Chelsea Market or take away your food and go to the High Line !
88 10th Avenue, between 15th and 16th Streets
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Dominique Ansel Bakery

After 6 years as executive pastry chef at Daniel, Daniel Boulud’s flagship French restaurant in New York City, Dominique Ansel opened his own bakery in 2011, Dominique Ansel Bakery. The french chef is know for the creation of the Cronut, a delicious croissant and doughnut hybrid.
189 Spring Street
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Il Baretto

This italian Trattoria proposes pizzas and sandwiches to go. Try one of the home-made ice creams! Il Baretto is located on the less tourist populated 11th Avenue and attracts a lot of locals.
750 11th Avenue, corner of 53rd Street
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Levain Bakery

Founded in 1995 in the Upper West Side by Constance McDonald and Pamela Weekes, the Levain Bakery is known for its large variety of fresh-baked artisanal breads and its cookies. Don't miss its 6-ounce chocolate chip walnut cookies! Levain Bakery is also available in Harlem and in the Hamptons.
167 West 74th Street and 2167 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
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Margot Patisserie

Located in the Upper West Side for over 18 years, Margot Patisserie prepare French styled bakeries and pastries. They start at 5:30 everyday, following recipes and baking techniques that were passed down to us from generations before. The Caf‚ menu also proposes salads, soups, sandwiches, quiches, cakes, tarts... Bon appétit !
2109 Broadway, between 73rd and 74th Streets
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A few steps away from Union Square and Gramercy Park, Sunburst features typical american food to eat in or take away. You can also order from your hotel ! The menu is wide, from the guacamole burger to 25 different sandwiches, from pastas to home-made soups and salads. And don't forget to ask for your smoothie !
206 3rd Avenue/18th Street
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Yonah Schimmels Knish Bakery

The World’s Finest Knishes since 1910 !
137 East Houston Street
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