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Jonathan Benno, Per Se
Thomas Keller’s chef de cuisine roamed all over town to spend $150—the price of his tasting menu.

Murray’s Bagels
242 Eighth Avenue, 646-638-1334.
Onion bagel with smoked salmon and scallion cream cheese, $8.75; orange juice, $1.75.

Reunion Coffee & Tea
301 West 57th Street, 212-586-4152.
Large coffee, $1.90. “Really, really strong.”

Mamoun’s
119 Macdougal Street, 212 674-8685.
Chicken shawarma, $4.65; falafel, $2.50; seltzer, $1.

Rai Rai Ken
214 East 10th Street, 212-477-7030.
Miso ramen noodles, $7.40; Sapporo, $4.

Kitchen/Market
218 Eighth Avenue, 212-243-4433.
Chicken burrito, $7.75; green-chili posole, $5.75.

Joe’s Pizza
233 Bleecker Street, 212-366-1182.
Two slices, $5.

Havana Chelsea
190 Eighth Avenue, 212-243-9421.
Chicken soup, $3; Cuban sandwich, $5; Snapple, $1.50. “The soup is really authentic.”

Bar Jamón
125 East 17th Street, 212-253-2773.
Fourteen-month serrano ham, $9; olives, $3; Estrella beer, $5.

2nd Avenue Deli
156 Second Avenue, 212-677-0606.,br> Tip tongue sandwich, $12.95; matzo-ball soup, $5.25; celery soda, $1.95. “The matzo ball is like a cloud. It’s really light.”

Yakitori Taisho
5 St. Marks Place, 212-673-1300.
Four chicken skins, $5; three meatballs, $5.25; glass of cold sake, $4.50.

Bar Veloce
176 Seventh Avenue, 212-629-5300.
Mortadella tramezzini, $5; soppressata panini, $7; Averna with soda, $7; Stella Artois, $5.50. “Literally the best bologna sandwich ever.”

TOTAL: $147.71


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