Must-Try Sandwiches (Part Deux)

by Julie Besonen

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  • Since our last survey, a fistful of new sandwich specialists have cropped up all over NYC. There's Parm, a spin-off of Torrisi Italian Specialties in Little Italy; Zito's Sandwich Shoppe, which channels the spirit of Little Italy in Brooklyn; Queens Kickshaw in Astoria, which raises grilled cheese to a level of art; and Murray Hill's The Cannibal, which serves up a luscious grilled cheese with bacon and pork belly. That's to say nothing of the great ham-and-cheese at Dickson's Farmstand Meats at Chelsea Market and the blissful pastrami sandwiches at Boerum Hill's Mile End and Katz's Delicatessen on the Lower East Side. All those options are sublime, but our slideshow highlights some lesser-known greats you'll also want to sink your teeth into. Click through to read more (preferably not on an empty stomach).

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