In this great city of ours, one could eat a different sandwich every day of the year—so that's what we'll do. Here's A Sandwich a Day, our daily look at sandwiches around New York. Got a sandwich we should check out? Let us know. —The Mgmt.
I'll eat Brussels sprouts most ways you'll serve them to me, but the Thanksgiving Leftovers sandwich ($8.75) at the Park Slope outpost of 'sNice was the first time I've eaten them between bread. Considering 'sNice's vegetarian and vegan leanings, the sprouts make for a solid sandwich centerpiece. They're nicely nutty and roasted, and piled on a soft, crusty baguette along with thin, slightly caramelized slices of sweet potato. These vegetables are two of my favorite fall flavors and they make for a delicious combination of tastes and texture.
The sandwich also includes pieces of tofurkey, some form of vegan gravy, and a suggestion of cranberry jam. The first two did little more than add salt to the sandwich, but I really could have gone for more of that sweet, tangy cranberry. I was also surprised by the side of the day ($4.50 for a small box), an ample serving of mixed vegetables (more Brussels sprouts, squash, and carrots) and pasta lightly coated in olive oil. Some of the vegetables were a little undercooked, but the "small" was a pretty serious serving, definitely enough for a meal on its own.
About the author: Lauren Sloss is a bicoastal food-lover who splits her time between New York (where she is finishing graduate school) and San Francisco (where she does most other things). She writes about food, music, travel, and everything in between. Some of her favorite things include The Black Keys, goat gouda, and guacamole. You can follow her on Twitter @laurensloss.