The best breakfast sandwich in NYC is dark in a renouned traveller hotspot


It’s tough to feel like a “local” in New York City.

We’re a city of immigrants, of neighborhoods in consistent transition. Even a many famous dishes — pizza and bagels — are being reinvented regularly.

DiFara's PizzaDiFara’s Pizza in Brooklyn is a NYC classic, though it’s being challenged by (comparative) newcomers like Roberta’s and Lucali.Ben Gilbert/Business Insider

Yet, it’s food that ties so many New Yorkers to their neighborhoods — that creates a place constantly in motion feel like it has some stability. It’s what gives your area character, and what creates we feel like a “local.” Having listened of or eaten during a mark is a amicable indicator that you’re partial of a community. 

At a same time, New Yorkers revelry in meaningful about a sold mark before anyone else — especially before tourists find out. we tumble into this category, that is because we was so gay to find a secret-best breakfast sandwich in Manhattan.

Eataly breakfast sandwichBen Gilbert/Business Insider

Not usually is it tremendously delicious, there’s roughly never a line. And here’s a kicker: It’s located pound in a center of one of Manhattan’s many touristy areas. Here’s a deal.

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