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Posted by Amy on 04/29/2006
this place is delicious, and not expensive at all. It's got a great local people, the service is excellent, the people that work there are so nice and accomodating. The sandwiches are huge, and sooo tasty (and unique)! A must try!
Posted by lisa on 02/26/2006
Finally! I am constantly working in a studio nearby and ordering delivery from a plethora of places, and I am continuously disappointed. Until tonight. The owner of Bite delivered two sandwiches and a drink to me on a Sunday night even though he was about to close up. Not only this--2 sandwiches and a drink was only 12 dollars--huge sandwiches that are DELICIOUS. Great bread, great tuna sandwich, and great vegan sandwich. I can't say enough--Finally a place above the east village with different sandwiches, various veggie choices, good prices, and great service. Don't pass this one up!
Posted by renee on 02/22/2006
Bite serves the best tuna sandwich, period. Huge, prepared with curry and raisins it is a delite! The bread too is too good too be troo!
Posted by Dr. Fancypants on 02/03/2006
Bite's a wonderful place. There's way too many of these great restaurants that aren't getting the attention they deserve. New York has a lot of people outthinking themselves - Japanese fusion bars serving no one on a Friday night, the entire existence of Crash Mansion. For my part, I have TiVoed this episode of ER where James Woods plays this dude with ALS and I have sat down with this sandwich. It's a rewarding morsel at the end of the rat race. Just stay away from the basil mayo.
Posted by AC on 02/01/2006
The East Village has much to offer in the way of food, but it also needed a cheap, quality sandwich place at its upper edge. Instead of filling my stomach with revolting Toasties' fare, I can now go to bite. Their prices are incredible. Their food is incredible. The owner is a really nice guy. bite is the kind of place that might get overlooked because it's the nicest little restaurant on the street. But frankly, I just don't know how Subway does any business when this place is right here. I shouldn't alert people to the existence of the new bite, because as it is I can always get a table, but I had to say something, like in that commercial where the dude is making fun of a non-native speaker, and this other guy is like, "What's up." You know what commercial I mean. P.S. Go with the basil mayo. It's a delight.