Restaurants

Tastes of: Comforting Classics

We love modernist cuisine, but there will always be a special place in our hearts for classics like these:

  • American Flatbread (Hudson and Desbrosses): New Vermont Sausage and Punctuated Equilibrium Flatbreads
  • Max (Duane between Greenwich and Staple): Lasagna
  • The Butterfly (W. Broadway between Franklin and White): Deviled Eggs
  • Woodrow’s (Murray between W. Broadway and Church): BBQ Grilled Chicken Wrap with Homemade Potato Chips
  • The Copenhagen (Laight between Varick and St. John’s Ln.): Home Baked Rye Bread, the basis for their Smoked Pollack with Radish and Potato with Smoked Mayo Smørrebrød, or open-faced sandwiches
American Flatbread's New Vermont Sausage Flatbread (photo courtesy of American Flatbread)

American Flatbread’s New Vermont Sausage Flatbread (photo courtesy of American Flatbread)

American Flatbread's Punctuated Equilibrium Flatbread (photo courtesy of American Flatbread)

American Flatbread’s Punctuated Equilibrium Flatbread (photo courtesy of American Flatbread)

Max's Lasagna (photo courtesy of Max)

Max’s Lasagna (photo courtesy of Max)

The Butterfly's Deviled Eggs  (photo courtesy of The Butterfly)

The Butterfly’s Deviled Eggs (photo courtesy of The Butterfly)

Woodrow's (photo courtesy of Woodrow's)

Woodrow’s BBQ Grilled Chicken Wrap with Homemade Potato Chips (photo courtesy of Woodrow’s)

The Copenhagen's Home Baked Rye Bread (photo courtesy of The Copenhagen)

The Copenhagen’s Home Baked Rye Bread (photo courtesy of The Copenhagen)