Skip the predictable fast-food court and grab lunch (to stay or to go) in this small, futuristic space, located in MGM's District, with marble-top café tables and lime-green and orange walls. The creative sandwiches (courtesy of Tom Colicchio) include slow-roasted pork with pepper relish and fontina; flank steak with red-pepper pesto, scallions and aged cheddar; and pole-caught tuna with fennel, green olives and aioli. The soups, salads, and sweets are quite popular with
youthful clientele. A great option for (late) breakfast is the steak and fried eggs with pickled red onions and frisee. They close at 5 pm.
Jul 31, 2007
Tom Colichio's sandwich place is just o.k. High quality ingrediants but small portions. Expensive and not very cutting edge.
Feb 28, 2007
It was all right. A sandwich combo for $15 which is a bit high, but the food was decent.