What do you order at the East Village's sandwich shop after your Conflicted Jew? We were drawn to the The Almighty Brisket ($10), and feel good about it, but with some caveats.
JoeDough Sandwich Shop
With an abundance of cheese—American, cheddar, queso blanco—stuffed between two thick slices of challah, this sandwich requires a degree of gluttony that most sober people simply do not possess. That's not necessarily a bad thing.
Some days, nothing will do but a greasy sandwich. And should you find yourself wandering the East Village on such a day, JoeDough would be a good start. The tiny shop sticks outlandish versions of classic sandwiches, and their Breakfast Sandwich elevates the basic bacon, egg, and cheese just enough to make its $6 price tag count.