Monday, April 21, 2008

DeFonte's Sandwich Shop, Red Hook, NYC

This weekend in Brooklyn, we drove over into the Red Hook neighborhood to go to DeFonte's Sandwich Shop. The place is a favorite for cab drivers in the area, but since it's not near a subway station, having a car makes it much easier to get to.

Lamphole and I shared two small sandwiches - the first had an omelet with peppers and onions - delicious with a little Sriracha sauce. The bread was nice- the crust a little crisp with sesame seeds.

Our second sandwich had roast turkey, fried eggplant, mozzarella, peppers and onions- a great combination of flavors. There was also just the right amount of juiciness such that if you weren't careful, it'd drip down your arm.

379 Columbia St
(between Coles St & Luquer St)
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(718) 625-8052

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