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N, R at Prince St.
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Good for Groups
- Great Desserts
- Beer and Wine Only
Broadway to Great Jones St., Bowery to Sixth Ave.
This venue is closed.
This high-ceilinged pit stop on Broadway with loud, vermilion walls attracts a mix of regulars and tourists for fast soup-and-sandwich–style meals. There’s a production-line feel despite tiled columns and bamboo seats wrapped in rope, and, due to its expansiveness, one might call Miro a less-cozy version of Cosi. Three food stations—baked-goods counter, espresso bar, and sandwich stop—provide a drab, Windex-y view of the culinary possibilities, and with sushi rolls to go with the other Indian-Italian influenced options, Miro may be a jack-of-all-trades without the focus to perfect one. But design-your-own salads with myriad toppings and build-your-own sandwiches with ingredients like tandoori chicken (the plain is dry), rich hummus, and eggplant spread provide sizable satisfaction in a pinch. For a snack or sweet, fudge-y walnut brownies and fresh-fruit smoothies are the diamonds in the rough.Recommended Dishes
Pesto chicken sandwich, $9.95; pasta salad, $3.50; smoothie, $5.95
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