Comfy neighborhood cafe by morning, quick lunch spot by afternoon, scene-y hangout at night. Fresh, well-cooked food that's healthier (and tastier) than many surrounding options.
"Roasted chicken breast" and "roasted red peppers" are usually two ingredients that, in the world of sandwiches, leave me cold. But the Harissa Honey Roasted Chicken breast ($11.50) at The Smile was a fine sandwich indeed.
Nothing wrong with sandwiches or a salad, but for days when you want a midday meal that feels substantial, the Rotisserie Chicken ($12) at The Smile To Go is a good bet.
Okay, it's only a pizza in the sense of "round bready thing topped by something else," but the Squash Pizzette ($6) at The Smile To Go in New York's Soho is still a tasty lunch.
At The Smile To Go, the fruit cups ($7) change with the season, but you can always count on them being fresh and generously portioned.
If you've ever wanted your sugar snap peas to taste more like potato chips, Minted Sugar Snap Peas ($6)* from The Smile are the snack for you.
Celebrate Friday with a near perfect Chocolate Chip Cookie ($3) at The Smile To Go.
The Smile could easily coast on artifice alone, but it doesn't need to: the breakfast menu is straightforward yet thoughtful--and overall delicious.
When we think about spiced-up sandwiches, we're not looking for those that blow our faces off with heat. Rather, we're after subtle and smart uses of chilies and hot spices that tickle our tongues and send us back for our bite. Here are 19 of our favorites in New York.
All good things come at a price, and for Il Buco Alimenti e Vineria, that means potential for a long wait at dinner. Where should you go if you can't wait out your meal? The neighborhood is full of Italian alternatives.