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The Meatball Sandwich ($10) at Dickson's Farmstand is close to slider-size, especially when compared to its lumbering hoagie cousins from Little Italy. At Chelsea Market, my server ladled out three tender, perfect meatballs, and laid them out on half a loaf that is sized to cradle them. There are slivered green onions on top and a mild lemon ricotta spread underneath, and the meatballs are wonderful, but there are far too few of them. Two's company, three's company—eight may be a crowd, but I'd like to try it first and get back to you.
Dickson's Farmstand Meats
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