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Restaurants & Bars

Vietnamese sandwiches on Atlantic Ave.

starfish | Sep 11, 200612:42 PM     4

Nicky's Vietnamese Sandwiches, which has had a very popular storefront for a couple of years in the East Village, has just opened a second one on Atlantic Ave between Smith and Hoyt. Their classic is just delicious, and the prices are really low ($4 average for a delicious sandwich on baguette). Definitely worth a stop. Our new plan: stop there as we drive down Atlantic Ave. on the way to shopping at Fairway, eat the Vietnamese sandwiches on the Fairway terrace, and then shop happily. What a combo!

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