Blank Slate is an overachieving coffee shop. In the morning, they’ll make you a sandwich with truffled goat cheese, and in the afternoon they do a bunch of salads and sandwiches that you wouldn’t expect from a place like this. You can even get a plate of cured meats and a glass of wine. These guys are open until nine on weekdays, and they’re worth checking out for a quick sit-down or take-out lunch.
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Num Pang Sandwich Shop
What started as a little Cambodian sandwich spot in Greenwich Village has grown into a mini-chain.
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