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New York City is my home town. Known for its incredible cuisine and classic eateries, it has inspired me to become a food writer. When I find myself back in Manhattan, my taste buds start stirring, so I head straight to EJ’s Luncheonette.

EJ’s Luncheonette; photo by Kathy Leonardo; courtesy of ETG

After twenty-six years of serving delicious New York classics, EJ’s Luncheonette hits the mark. On any given day, one can enjoy breakfast all day long. At lunch, one can indulge in a spicy Baja Burger Deluxe, EJ’s Double Turkey Melt, Penne and Shrimp with Broccoli, etc. For dinner, try the Grilled Lamb chops, Chicken Schnitzel, or the Bell and Evans All Natural Herb Roasted Half Chicken.

Executive Chef Steven Tedesco brings some new flavor to the table, with an eclectic range of rotating specials. EJ’s is much more than a luncheonette…it’s a New York experience.

To find out more about EJ’s and read a food review. See the Dining drop-down under the Stories Page. EJ’s Luncheonette, 1271 3rd Avenue, Manhattan, New York 10021; (212) 472-0600;
http://www.ejsluncheonette.com/

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