Between The Bread
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Between the Bread started as owner Ricky Eisen’s corporate catering company, and eventually expanded into three Manhattan eateries serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, if you’re hungry early enough. The menu changes seasonally, as the company focuses on locally sourced and exceptionally fresh ingredients. On a recent visit, it included breakfast options like overnight oats with cinnamon, walnuts, chia seeds and berries ($7.50) and an asparagus-mushroom frittata ($5.75). For lunch or dinner, you’ll have to choose between sandwiches like the Chrysler with grilled chicken, caramelized onions, avocado and bacon ($9.75), salads like the Chelsea with grilled salmon, fennel, frisee and watercress ($12.50) and “seasonal plates” composed of your choice of protein and two sides ($11.50–$13.25). Still hungry? Snag one of their whoopie pies ($1.50 for a small, $3 for a large) or butterscotch blondies ($1.75 for a small, $3.50 for a large) for dessert.