This place sounds like a parking lot, its sign looks like the sign for a parking lot, and it is, in fact, directly beside a parking lot - but it isn’t a parking lot. It’s a restaurant. And it’s actually one of the most accessible restaurants in Soho. They serve salads and sandwiches and burgers, you can come here in your pajamas, and it looks like somewhere you’d go after the seventh inning at a baseball stadium (benches, little trees, plenty of light). The food won’t blow you away (by a long shot), but if all you want is a chicken sandwich with a friend, Soho Park is here for you. It’s something of a novelty in Soho.
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