Best New Cheap Eats In NYC

Best New Cheap Eats In NYC

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From artisanal sandwiches to homey Southeast Asian fare, find out where to fill up for less with our guide to the best cheap eats in New York City.

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    The pollos hermanos ($12) sports a grill-marked ciabatta stuffed with rotisserie chicken, dripping blue cheese, crisp apples and hot sauce. bit.ly/114edni
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    We love the bicoastal burgers ($8)—Maine beef cheek meets California chuck—and fried-chicken sandwiches ($8). bit.ly/114edni
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    The Nyonya noodle soup ($12.95) brims with delicate salmon and shrimp, tender squid, hunks of saturated eggplant and slurp-ready udon. bit.ly/114edni
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    Get the crunchy Grandma slice ($3), devoutly layered with creamy house-made mozzarella, San Marzano tomato sauce and basil ribbons. bit.ly/114edni
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    Try a more faithful rendition of pad thai here: banana leaves topped with tangles of pork-fat-rendered rice noodles, tasty dried shrimp, preserved radish, sour tamarind and crunchy peanuts. bit.ly/1e9jcjy
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    For little more than a Hamilton, you can load up on a panino built atop a trusty loaf—the combo of salty prosciutto, rich buffalo mozzarella and pickled shishito peppers is a standout. bit.ly/lm1sqi
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    Barbecue is a cornerstone of cheap eatin’, and there’s no better spot for carnivorous feasting on a budget than Hugh Mangum’s packed East Village smokehouse (TONY’s pick for best new 2013 BBQ joint). bit.ly/15egqpq
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    The budget eats at Dale Talde’s honky-tonk are a welcome sight. Before knocking back slugs of Pappy Van Winkle, line your belly with lowbrow chow like a griddled burger with oozing American cheese. bit.ly/povbzz
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    From the Miller’s Tavern team, this cheery hole-in-the-wall is the Bruce Springsteen of burger stops—a no-fuss nod to the greasy-spoon glory days of roadside diners. bit.ly/1ax7zpw
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