(PIX11) — “New York” magazine’s annual “Cheap Eats” issue, on newsstands Monday, helps New Yorkers find out where you can find the best food for your buck.
With more than 24,000 eateries in New York, Alan Sytsma, senior editor of the magazine’s “Grub Street,” shared some of his favorite dishes for breakfast lunch and dinner that cost less than $8.
The cheap eats featured on this segment were:
Breakfast: East River Bread, bagel with cream cheese and lox, $8
Lunch: Porchetta , carnitas, $7
Dinner: Brick Oven Bread, khachapuri, $7
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