If anyone tells you Bunk is overrated, well, they have clearly never been. Though the lunch line can be intimidating, often stretching out the door and down the block, the first crunchy bite alone is worth the wait. The vegetarian sandwich ($8), made with olive oil-soaked cauliflower, ricotta, mozzarella and hot peppers, melts on the tongue, and the pork belly Cubano ($8), topped with ham, Swiss and crisp pickles, will put you in a blissful food coma for an hour. Grab a fruity Boylan's soda ($2) to balance the savory sammies and dig in—the 25 other customers in line will be eyeing your table before you take your first bite. (IN)