If the Simpsons opening sequence looks more like fluffy bread loaves than clouds to you, Sullivan Street Bakery should be your go-to neighborhood spot in Hell’s Kitchen. This counter-service bakeshop, which is part-cafe and part-pizzeria, works well for a quick lunch slice or a coffee date with someone you want to impress without looking like you’re trying too hard. And since this location of Sullivan Street is a small, all-white room with high ceilings and lots of natural light, it’s ideal for daydreaming about flying focaccia.
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North River Lobster Co.
The food at North River Lobster Co. is regrettably mediocre. Then again, we never expected more from a floating restaurant in the middle of Midtown fart-tastic touristville.
Restaurant rotisserie chicken that we don't mind paying up for? It exists, in Hell's Kitchen of all places. Get Poulette in your Midtown lunch rotation.
Lilly’s Craft & Kitchen
Lilly’s is a bar in Hell’s Kitchen with a long tap list, Happy Hour until 8pm, and weekend bottomless brunch.
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Good Thanks is an Australian coffee shop on the Lower East Side where you can get breakfast all day.
Littleneck Outpost is a bright little space in Greenpoint that's great for a solo breakfast or lunch. You can get a lobster roll or avocado toast.
The West—Coffeehouse & Bar
The West is a coffee shop and bar with plenty of seating and an outdoor patio in Williamsburg.
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