Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Cutlets Sandwich Co. debuts on 3rd Avenue

Cutlets Sandwich Co. is now open at 99 Third Ave. between 12th Street and 13th Street. (Thanks to Steven for these photos yesterday.)

Richard Zaro of Zaro's Family Bakery is behind this quick-serve deli concept that touts "quality sandwiches made with premium ingredients."
Cutlets first launched as a delivery-only business in July 2020, expanding into a Flatiron District pop-up in late 2020 ... before opening a flagship location on West 35th Street this past June. (An outpost is planned next in Williamsburg.)

You can find the Cutlets menu here. The EV outpost is open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Oh, and to celebrate the EV opening, Cutlets is offering $6 subs all day today (Dec. 1).

Previously on EV Grieve:


Anonymous said...

Looks like a fun semi-retro looking place,
the menu looks good.
Hope it works out !

Anonymous said...

Stopped by around noon and tried the chicken parm sandwich. The line was long, but the vibe was friendly, and the sandwich was delicious. It's a hearty version with lots of thinly sliced breaded chicken and a generous amount of cheese on a hero roll with two choices of sauce: marinara or vodka. Basically, a solid addition to the neighborhood at a price point that everyone can afford. Seriously hearty. One sandwich can easily feed two very hungry people. The addition of lots of fresh basil was nice, too. Good quality food, fast. Welcome!

Anonymous said...

One sandwich can easily feed just one mildly hungry person. The two we got were pretty good, especially for yesterday's promo price. Not sure it's worth paying double.

JS said...

This place is the real deal. Great sandwiches. Top-notch ingredients, prepared with care so they are architecturally stable — the ingredients stay put while eating — no landslides on the first bite.
Pro-tip: get the seeded hero.