The Best Lunches in Midtown as Voted On By You

The Best Lunches in Midtown as Voted On By You

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Here are the winners of the 2012 Midtown Lunch Reader’s Poll, complete with Editor’s Pick for each category chosen by our correspondents.

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    Having traded the #1 and #2 slots for the past couple years, it seems that the Flatiron Lunch dual-rein of Hill Country Chicken and Eataly is slipping, at least for Eataly.
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    Rudy’s, the long-time Midtown Lunch favorite, won the Best Happy Hour Readers’ Poll by a hair, just beating out Jimmy’s Corner. Perhaps it’s the free hot dogs that continue to make Rudy’s a strong choice.
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    Our 2010 Best Dessert Truck and 2011 Best Midtown Sweets, Wafels & Dinges, won once again by a landslide taking over 50% of the vote.
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    Slurping up the competition, Hing Won (on 48th btw. 5+6th) slides down the voting gullet warmly and claims the title of Best Chinese Noodle Soup.
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    The cutters have stopped their spinning rolls across fresh hot pies, the cheese has been stretched, and the garlic powder has gone on. The readers have spoken, and 2 Bros has kept a lead in popularity amongst our readers.
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    With their spicy and sweet Cambodian flavors, they changed the game on Midtown sandwiches. They offer something for everyone, whether you crave pork belly, chicken, brisket, fish, or vegetables.
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    I think the fact that Food Gallery has smartly re-assessed its strengths, weaknesses, and competitors, such as adding awesome new dumplings or making bold moves to find the right menu equilibrium has finally given them the edge for this year.
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    Totto has taken the Best Ramen as per our readers for the third year in a row. Every year we’ve had a ramen category, Totto has been the one to beat and even sumo ramen couldn’t take it down.
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    It’s not looking for world domination, it’s perfectly happy where it is, tucked away at the Parker Meridian. Plus, the atmosphere there can’t be beat by any newcomer.
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