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Bowery to Williamsburg

A taste of the USA with bagels, cronuts and some killer sandwiches.
By Caterina Hrysomallis
November 29, 2014
By Caterina Hrysomallis
November 29, 2014

Most Melburnians are skeptical about combining chicken and waffles — and rightly so. But Bowery to Williamsburg hopes to destigmatise the classic breakfast dish from America's south. An illuminated subway sign reading 'Bowery to Williamsburg' welcomes diners into the eatery and pays homage to the New York subway stations. Sandwiches are served with a pickle and pretzels to instantly transcend you to a New York deli, but the food is not restricted just to that of waffles — they also serve a range of shakshukas and some killer sandwiches come lunchtime. Those with a little more time can sit and enjoy a Reese's cup with their coffee and breakfast, otherwise takeaway is available.

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