But we’d like to make the case for lunch.
And to suggest the Bowery Market, a collection of some of your finer food and beverage purveyors in mostly takeout form and housed in an old auto body shop. It’s open now in NoHo.
Let’s run this place down:
The SoHo Italian sandwich specialists who’re bringing their prosciutto, hot peppers, mushroom paste, porchetta, fresh mozzarella and other supplies and putting them on bread for you.
The Butcher’s Daughter
That place with the cold-pressed juices and suspiciously healthy breakfast burritos in Nolita that always has the ridiculous crowds and lines, because of the quality of the juices and breakfast burritos.
The first one is where you get Blackfoot pork tacos, grilled fish ones and spicy piña coladas served in pineapples in a hidden basement along tiny Doyers Street in Chinatown. This version is where you get those things at a kiosk, probably for lunch. Yeah, even the pineapple-vesseled piña colada.
We’ll start with the obvious—coffee. Usually in Greenpoint. Now here (more obviousness). About the coffee: they’ll have one exclusive to here, which is the Maple Cortado, a blend of milk, maple syrup and espresso.
Sushi on Jones
Omakase sushi bento boxes. Of seafood. Nigiri and rolls, to be exact.
Hey, why not have a look around?