320 1st Ave (btwn E 18th & 19th)
New York, NY 10009
- Get the black rice sushi- $5.99 and the vegan split pea soup -$3.25.
- Gourmet grocer serving Peter Cooper & Stuyvesant Town. Small seating area for eating in. A loves the fresh Tofu Udon.
- The soups are awesome, $3.95 for a large cup (+tax)
- wouldn't recommend doing your regular grocery shopping here; a lot of the stuff is overpriced.. but they do have great sandwiches!! One of the few places that serve breakfast sandwiches all day long!
- The little udon and sushi stand, located behind the spices and organic vegetables, whips up some of the best fast vegetarian udon in town.
- You can buy single beers here and they have a small but decent selection of local, craft, and major beers
- The Udon noodles are surprisingly good!
- Cashiers and service s*ck big time yet I still come..managers need to look into this.
- We call it Disgracefully, in honor of their prices!
- Pricey stuff but you get what you pay for.
- Get a fat farm on the multi-grain/7grain roll :) with mayo.....so worth it!
- Great sandwiches
- You'd think that with prices this high they could afford some personality...
- Excellent fresh fruit and often have good sales. Watch for them!
- order a breakfast sandwich on H&H bagel (egg & cheese) yum yum.
- It has a great selection but is one of the more expensive shops in the area compared with the same offering a few streets down.
- Good stuff ready to eat
- Lots of specialty food options. They make very solid breakfast sandwiches. Can be a little pricey but it's very convenient.
- The Hungry Man breakfast sandwich is the way to go
- Produce is fresh and good quality. However, Gracefully is definitely overpriced.