Two new places of interest (to me at least) are both on Stanton Street a Grilled Cheese Place called: Little Muenster (cute name) that promises super fancy grilled cheese. I’m actually fine with just plan old grilled cheese so this has my mouth watering already. Check out the chandelier made from cheese graters.
The second place is just a few blocks away on Rivington and Allen (in the Old Kampuchea space) called : Sauce. It is part of the ever expanding empire of Frank Prisinzano who owns Frank, Lil Frankies and Supper. Lots of homemade charcuterie with locally sourced meats and of course red sauce. Cash only.
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