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Posted by JaiDee on 10/17/2008
food is great. neighborhood is soooo nice. don't know what the person below is talking about. it is one of my favorite brunchy places.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/12/2008
Tiny is a great sandwhich shop, but, this is purely to comment on the previous poster. You're either a tourist or very sheltered if you think Tiny is in a sketchy part of NYC!! I've been there plenty of times at night. It is after all surrounded by the Lower East sides high traffic nightlife.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/26/2008
Tiny's is definetly in one of the sketchier parts of NYC...and I doubt I'd go there at night or even by myself...BUT the shop is adorable, the service was very friendly and the sandwiches were excellent. My son had the chicken parm sandwich - yum. I had the spicy rizz-something, sorry can't remember the name - but it was delicious!!!!! If I was ever in that part of town again I would definitely head to Tiny's for lunch.
Posted by Tim on 08/10/2008
Whether delivered or eaten in-house, the sandwiches are amazing. I've lived nearby for 3 years and order from them frequently, and I've never been disappointed. The SW Chicken is my recommendation for any omnivore.
Posted by Joe on 04/08/2008
I was looking for an affordable place with great, simple food and I found it. For $8 you get a huge, tasty sandwich chock full of fresh ingredients served in a relaxed and cozy atmosphere. Don't change a thing.
Posted by nickd on 03/08/2008
Every saturday i roll out of bed and make the 4 block walk to get my favorite hungover food spot. Food. awesome, consistant, i love the southwestern chicken, it cures a hangover like no other. Service, well i can only speak for saturdays, but the employee that looks like the girl from the breakfast club is the highlight of my day. they are always slammed and hungover. but super sweet value. 8.00 to cure a hangover is totally worth it. atmosphere. the tables are all formica. crappy art on the walls, good music, but yeah i just get takeout.
Posted by LESider on 01/25/2008
I wouldn't be able to go on without the Southwest Chicken sandwich. True story: my girlfriend went out shopping and said she'd pick up a SW chicken sandwich on her way back, in about 2 hours. I started thinking, obsessing over the sandwich and about 20 minutes after she left I went and bought one. Scarfed that sandwich quick and never told her so an hour later she came home with a new one for me. Scarfed that one up quick too.