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March 28th, 2006 Joanna Cantor | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2006

Soupivores will love this abbreviated, downtown version of uptown's tony Elephants Delicatessen. Offerings include pre-made sandwiches ($5.95-$6.25) like tuna and roast beef, a variety of salads ($6.50-$6.95), and a daily hot comfort-food entree ($4.75-$5.50) like mac and cheese or lasagne. But it's the totally addictive soups ($2.25 cup, $3.95 bowl with bread), such as the signature tomato-orange and Mama Leone's Chicken, that make it a struggle to find a seat at lunchtime. Baked goods, including baguettes ($2.50) and very rich brownies ($1.95), will not disappoint, either. Beer, wine and overpriced soft drinks are also available. (JC)
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