First Prize Pies
The four-inch version of the powerhouse pie that won Allison Kave first place in a Brooklyn bake-off and launched her career. $6; firstprizepies.com.
All photographs by Hannah Whitaker
Kid-size ice pops (for kids of all ages) in flavors like spicy mango and watermelon. $1; weekends at Hester Street Fair.
A six-inch cheesesteak”versus the standard nine”runs $9 with a pint of beer during happy hour. It’s plenty. 576 Ninth Ave.; 212-967-3055.
Snack-Size Lobster Roll
Affordable luxury on a butter-toasted bun. $8.71; 93 E. 7th St.; 212-387-8487.
Mini Yum Kippered
Russ & Daughters
Everyone knows mini-bagels are best” crustier, better balanced”especially when stuffed with baked salmon and cream cheese. $5.95; 179 E. Houston St.; 212-475-4880.
The Neapolitan answer to the New York slice on the go, this seven-incher cooks in the time it would take to reheat a slab from Famous Ray’s. $5; 146 W. Houston St.; 212-533-1242.
Stuffed Artisan Cannolis
Even smaller than the shop’s standard mini” a cannoli canapé, if you will. $1; 176 Stanton St.; 212-995-2266.