The signage arrived here last week for the quick-serve sandwich maker specializing in chicken and eggplant cutlets ... this will be the third outpost for the growing company launched by Richard Zaro of Zaro's Family Bakery. (H/T Eater.)
Cutlets started as a delivery-only service, with the first shop arriving on Broadway near 20th Street this past December. However, they closed that spot to open in a larger space on West 35th Street ... there's also a Cutlets by McCarren Park.
Here's what Greenpointers had to say about Cutlets:
So what makes Cutlets stand out? The deli is committed to serving a better-for-you sandwich, meaning they exclusively serve unprocessed proteins, free from antibiotics, hormones and added sugars. Sandwiches are topped with seasonal vegetables and built between meticulously sourced breads and spreads. For full transparency, a full sourcing list of local producers and farms is listed on Cutlets' website.You can find their menu here.
This EV address was previously home to Thaimee Table.
This place is the real deal. Fantastic sandwiches prepared with care so that ingredients stay put while eating. Nothing shooting out of the bread with the first bite. For your bread choice, go for the seeded hero.
The sign is heinous but glad something is going in this space.
Shouts to them using Parisi bread...
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