On my first day out roaming the streets of NYC with my shiny new camera, I stopped off to grab a bite to eat. Now you might wonder how I could choose between the many wonderful purveyors of cuisine on the Upper West Side, but it was easy.
I wasn’t in the mood for sushi (vegetarian of course), I didn’t want anything too spicy, and heavy comfort food was out as well. So what did that leave? Lenny’s of course, one of my favorite neighborhood cafés.
I didn’t get the usual, and went for something I hadn’t tried before. The #10TC on Rye. My co-worker gets this baby all the time, so I thought I’d give it a whirl. It was light, tasty, and hit the spot. Next time I think I’ll try it on marbled rye.
The menu description is: turkey and corned beef with coleslaw and russian dressing. Simple yet sublime. Lenny's sandwiches look like a work of art, and I’ve itched to take a picture since I spied my first one. Wish fulfilled.
The next time you are near a Lenny’s step in and try a #10TC.