Iris Cafe's nighttime scene is cozy and charming, with friendly service and some quality ingredients. But some dishes need more technical attention to become all they can be.
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Turkey is delicious, and we say, why stop now that Thanksgiving is over? Here are 11 turkey sandwiches we love in NYC.
The components of the French Dip ($12) at Iris Takeaway don't quite take off until you dress them in jus, but once you do, you're on your way to a satisfying sandwich.
Vegetables can be incredibly tasty when done right, and yet when most people go out to eat, they tend not to order a vegetarian dish unless they're, well, a vegetarian. Here are 30 examples to make you reconsider.
Iris Cafe's new takeaway shop in Brooklyn Heights is like the best version of a neighborhood bodega. There's a deli in the back with sandwiches and salads made-to-order, rows of colorful drinks in the fridge case, and chocolates near the register. All of the products featured here are either locally sourced or personal favorites of owner Rachel Graville (and she has great taste).
We've been pretty obsessed with avocado toasts and sandwiches, the perfect summer lunch, of late. Here are 11 we can't stop craving.
It's almost impossible to resist an avocado-based sandwich, and the Avocado Sandwich ($8.50) at Iris does not disappoint.
Mayo joins avocado on seven-grain bread for an extra creamy bite of toast.
In a world of serviceable but average turkey sandwiches, this one stands apart as one we can really get behind.