This well known restaurant is an ideal place to laze on Sunday morning with the newspaper. Great dishes abound, including brisket hash and olive oil fried eggs (but the menu changes frequently, so find what you like).
The secret is the rye bread is baked halfway and then finished at the restaurant. It is the best rye you will ever have on a sandwich. The Pastrami is hand cut and thick, full of flavor. You can't go wrong with a #10 or 19. An order of fries for the table and everyone will be happy.
Very good bistro fare and bring your own wine for no fee. The Chicken with Pinot fries is a must, juicy chicken and great crisp fries. Also, the composed salad with Manchego Cheese is a great appetizer. Professional wait staff is always helpful as well.
Great Middle Eastern food, with virtually no atmosphere. The Shawarma plate is superb (ask for extra grilled tomatoes) and the Hummus is smooth and garlicky. Very reasonably priced.