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Honeychiles

Williamsburg

The Charleston—a dimly lit Williamsburg dive—offers some of the city’s best drunk food via this Cajun-themed takeout window. Order from a short menu and snag a pitcher of Abita from the bar while you wait. The “O.G.” po’ boy is the most joyously junky offering: The humongous two-hander resembles a poutine sandwich, with a mound of salt-and-pepper fries smothered in shredded-beef gravy and stuffed inside a mayo-slathered hero. Prices fit the setting: A $5 heap of andouille-and-chicken jambalaya, served on white rice to offset the heat, is a deal too good to pass up.

Venue name: Honeychiles'
Contact:
Address: 174 Bedford Ave
New York

Cross street: between North 7th and 8th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Wed 5pm–2am; Thu 5pm–3am; Fri, Sat noon–3am; Sun noon–2am
Transport: Subway: L to Bedford Ave
Price: Average main course: $7. Cash only
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