This tiny, low-key sandwich shop comes to us from owners Caroline Fidanza (Marlow & Sons), Rebecca Collerton (Diner) and Elizabeth Schula (Il Buco). Together, they create simple yet remarkable sandwiches that rely on pedigreed produce. Most are served on house-baked sea-salt-speckled focaccia, a versatile vehicle that encases sardines, capers and house-pickled eggs in the Captain’s Daughter, a delicious riff on a pan bagnat. Mortadella, pecorino and green-olive spread combine in the Little Chef, an exceptional spin on the New Orleans muffuletta, and the Spanish Armada features a potato tortilla slathered in pimentón-spiked aioli. Saltie is also a great spot for sweets, like buttery apple galettes.
Venue says: “Come visit us for homemade breads, pastries, pizzas and more!”
Eat in Central Park with Papardella. For $39 you'll get a four-course picnic.
Kiss My French
Spend $29 for French tapas and drinks for two at this east side locale
Spend $39 for $50 to spend on any food items for two, plus two drinks at Hell's Chicken
For $40, get $80 to spend toward food and drink from the full menu