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Bread

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20 Spring St, New York, NY 10012-4135 (at nr. Mott St.)
New York, NY 10012
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(212) 334-1015
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Bread - New York, NY
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Best

I love this place casual amazing to go chill for lunch ! Sardines panini is my favorite !!!

Worst

Yes, the place is full of hip hotties. Yes, the food is pretty tasty and the ambiance is great. But why are the people who work here SO awful? They could care less about anythi...

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Tiny Restaurant, Big Flavor - Great for Lunch 12/3/2005

Lunch in SoHo can be very expensive but I discovered a real bargain on Spring Street. You're shopping, talking on your cell phone, beautiful people watching and working up an appetite. Whew! If you want to preserve some of your hard-earned cashola, consider Bread. I had a fresh made bowl of tomato soup, garnished with a slice of toasted bread and grated Parmigiano Reggiano cheese - Mmmmmm. I added a prosciutto and mozzarella sandwich cum salad. All for about$10 (including tax). If you went to Mickey Dees, you might spend as much and come away with a nothing-burger with fries. I sat at the counter and noshed away on a very tasty meal. The pretty young thing (more accurately, raven-haired beauty) behind the counter added to the ambiance, although the too-loud music was a distraction. They serve great bread too. It comes from Balthazar - right down the street. A filling ten buck lunch in NYC that tastes good - I consider that a minor miracle. more

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Have an amazing dinner in Soho for the price of Cosi 6/3/2005

I stumbled into this place while wondering through NYC before I ever moved here. I priced the menu, and chose it on budget alone. (Even the most elaborate choice is under $15). The cuisine focuses on salads/sandwiches and a few plates, but the fresh ingredients are hard to beat. Some of my favorites are the goat cheese sandwich, prosciutto sandwich or the shrimp/avocado salad. Also, if that is not enough, they have an incredible selection of wines for 5 bucks a glass. The place is beautiful with white brick and antique tile ceilings--they always seem to be playing one of my favorite CDs. I am not a huge fan of Soho, but it is well worth the trip to spend a couple hours nibbling here. more
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Editorial

  • At night, candles glow against this restaurant's silvery interior like pools of moonlight. A metallic bar and burnished open kitchen contrast the white-washed brick walls hung with local art, and ethereal indie music enhances the intimate mood. It won't be the cool and kindly servers who rush you out--it will be the other pretty patrons standing by in cramped quarters who are eyeing your meal's progress. Though the name refers to goods procured from renowned bakery Balthazar down the block, Bread makes a name for itself with fresh and honest Italian fare. The bread stands out in signature sandwiches, but even loaf-less dishes exceed expectations. Don't overlook the ever-popular, marinara-rich tomato soup, thickened with seasonings and Parmesan cheese.

  • 11/2/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    930 am to 1 am
  • Payments:

    Discover, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, NoLita

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