M & O Market and Deli

Sandwiches, Deli / Bodega
124 Thompson St (at Prince St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 477-8222
7:00am - 11:00pm
7:00am - 11:00pm
7:00am - 11:00pm
7:00am - 11:00pm
7:00am - 11:00pm
7:00am - 11:00pm
7:30am - 11:00pm


  • Best way to spend under $10 on a good lunch in Soho. Make sure to grab yo roll first.
  • purveyors of the best BLT around, and on Tues and Fri they have excellent fresh turkey for a Turkey BLT w/smoked mozz. don't forget to grab a fresh roll for your sammy before you hop in line.
  • They will put meats on breads for you here. They are good meats. I endorse.
  • A surprisingly good deli and quick lunch spot in Soho. Basic deli sandwiches are all great, but keep an eye out for specials like homemade pastrami.
  • Daily sandwich specials are out of this world. Transforms your perception of bodega.
  • Among the best sandwiches you can grab in SoHo, for a fraction of the price at most of the hipper places. Grab your own roll, then line up at the deli and choose your sandwich.
  • The legendary Joe's Dairy may be closed for good but you can still get their famous fresh and/or smoked mozzarella at M&O's deli counter. The better news? They also take orders if you want bulk.
  • Fresh Turkey, Extra Turkey Skin, Swiss, Lettuce, Onion, Cranberry Sauce, Mayo, On a Roll
  • Step 1: pick your bread. Step 2: pick one of the daily specials. Step 3: pay for sandwich in cash. Step 4: stuff face with food.
  • Hot Pastrami, Mustard, and Provolone, on a Roll
  • Great classic deli sandwiches. Daily specials help mix it up.
  • Best BLT in soho, especially when made on a their habit forming Portuguese rolls (great toasted).
  • Don't miss the 25 cent mini vanilla charleston chews at the counter
  • Cash only! Also, don't get the "coffee".
  • Taylor Ham/pork roll breakfast sandwiches. That is all.
  • Pepper Mill Turkey, Melted Havarti, Lettuce, Tomato, Mustard, On a hero.
  • $10 for a sandwich? This is just a deli not Eataly. Jesus. Really getting arrogant over here.
  • This place will nickle & dime you on your sandwich order. They charge you for toasting your bread and even lettuce is extra.
  • this enduring corner market has an aisle that's just about blocked by a brick column, but don't worry - you can just barely squeeze by
  • Great value for your money. Love fresh turkey sandwich days here.

Nearby places

103 Prince St (at Greene St)
399 W Broadway (btwn Spring & Broome St)
270 Lafayette St (btwn Prince & W Houston St)