Details: Located at 941 8th Ave, New York, NY 10019. Official site is https://www.breadandhoneynyc.com/
Bread and Honey is a lunch place that largely caters to the lunch rush for workers in the area. There are some places to sit inside.
They’ve got a hot buffet and cold buffet that costs around nine dollars per pound. They also have a sandwich station and I think a noodle station. They also have shelves with packaged goods.
The buffet is not great. The quality of the food is not great. I also had an Italian sandwich for a little under nine dollars after tax. It was fine.
Overall, this place is okay. The best thing to get here is probably a breakfast sandwich.
Details: Located at 50 W 56th St, New York, NY 10019. The official site is http://www.printon56.com/splash.php
Printon 56 is your standard, no frills New York City lunch place for office workers. They have pizza, a hot station where you can get a meat entree with two sides, a sandwich station, and a salad station. Most things here cost somewhere around ten dollars. A slice of pizza costs two dollars and seventy-five cents I think.
Overall, the food here isn’t great. There’s a place to sit in the back of where they serve pizza. Prices aren’t great considering the quality of food. Chipotle still wins in terms of quality of food versus price, which makes this a place you should avoid unless you are desperate, have eaten everything else within a block radius and want to eat something different. Otherwise, avoid this place. Also worth mentioning is that I’ve had a slice of pizza here that literally made me sick and need to take a sick day.