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The Underground Gourmet Archive

June 4, 2001
Blessed Union

City Bakery 3 West 18th Street (212-366-1414). Open 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday; dinner, beginning shortly, will be served 6 to 11 p.m. Appetizers, $6 to $11; entrées, $9 to $20. All major credit cards.

January 15, 2001
Employee Discount

Le Zinc

November 27, 2000
Cod Save the Queen

A Salt & Battery
112 Greenwich Avenue (212-691-2713). Open daily from noon to 10 p.m.
Fish and chips,$9.45 to $11.45.

November 13, 2000
Big Nights

Merge
142 West 10th Street (212-691-7757).
"Gino's Soprano Style Sunday dinner" 4 to 10 p.m.
$25 prix fixe. A.E. only
Marylou's
21 West 9th Street (212-533-0012).
"Grandma B. Cooks Italian" Tuesdays 5 p.m. to midnight.
Appetizers, $6 to $9; entrées, $9 to $18. A.E., M.C., V.

September 4, 2000
Gnocco on Wood

The folks at Gnocco in the East Village have a simple plan: Offer better food for less by importing young (and cheap) chefs straight from Italy. Hope they can keep it up.

July 10, 2000
Our Delhi Bread

Downstairs from Tabla, chef Floyd Cardoz is reworking the meals of his Subcontinental youth at his cheaper and (dare we say it?) fresher Bread Bar.

May 15, 2000
Bread Winner

A well-known SoHo bakery by day becomes a reasonably priced French bistro at night; in Murray Hill, another dream of a bistro lives on.

April 17, 2000
Crust in Me

The modest sandwich -- underappreciated, underestimated, and, more often than not, underwhelming -- may have finally found a much-deserved savior.

March 27, 2000
A Fine Meze

The Ottoman Empire may have seen better days, but as two new restaurants demonstrate, Turkish cuisine still wields far-reaching influence.

March 27, 2000
A Fine Meze

The Ottoman Empire may have seen better days, but as two new restaurants demonstrate, Turkish cuisine still wields far-reaching influence.

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