Earlier this month, we reported news of Certe’s latest sandwich of the month, the Chip and Crab Dip. There’s not a whole lot to this one – it’s ale battered soft shell crab with bibb lettuce on a potato roll. It’s served with some potato chips, hot sauce, and a tasty remoulade sauce on the side.
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Yes please. Starts tomorrow at Cer Te (on 55th btw. 5+6th) and is available through the month of May.
On Tuesday, we announced Certe’s latest sandwich of the month, This Little Piggy. I was intrigued enough by the description to stop by and check it out because I don’t think I’d ever eaten a sandwich on a waffle before, yet alone one encrusted with cheese. To say this “sandwich” is an interesting one would be a huge understatement.
This Little Piggy Went To Certe For Their April Sandwich: New month, new Certe sammie. The "This Little Piggy" sounds like a doozy -- it includes Mount Mansfield maple glazed pork belly, Millport Dairy Farms cheddar crusted rosemary waffle and peppercress (which is sort of like water cress in flavor). Woah. Early adopters, tell us how it is in the comments!
Posted at 10:15 am, April 2nd, 2013 | 0 Comments
Cer Te Launches New March Sandwich and Pizza: A new month means new specials at Cer Te (on 55th btw. 5+6th) and Pizza by Cer Te (on 56th btw. Park+Lex). The "Spring Ahead" sandwich features leg of lamb, a smoked paprika aoli, fried asparagus ribbons, and mint marmalade, on a garlic baguette. The "Spring Ahead" pizza will have spicy lamb meatballs, fava beans, ricotta, and cherry tomatoes. Both will be available starting tomorrow (3/5).
Posted at 9:00 am, March 4th, 2013 | 2 Comments
Every Tuesday is Fat Tuesday for some of us, but today it’s the actual Fat Tuesday… and to celebrate Cer Te (on 55th btw. 5+6th) has got some specials planned just for today. As you can see from their flyer they’re planning to have chicken etouffee ($11.25), dirty rice as a side ($3.95), shrimp gumbo as a soup ($5.20) and a po’ boy dip ($9.95). What’s in that, you might be asking? Try braised beef, caramelized peppers and onions, gruyere, mustard, and pickles on a garlic baguette. Of course it comes with au jus on the side. I highly doubt it will transport you to Mother’s, but it’ll do.
Cer Te, 20 W 55th St. (btw 5+6th). 212-397-2020
If you’re a fan of Pizza by Cer Te‘s margherita slices, but don’t like paying full price, you’ll be excited to know that they’re doing another one of their Two For Tuesday specials today. Starting at Noon today you’ll be able to get two slices of pizza for just $2 at their location on 56th btw. Park+Lex. And that’s not all. Over at sister restaurant Cer Te (on 55th btw. 5+6th) they’re introducing their Feb. sandwich of the month today. It’s a pambazo, and features chorizo, potatoes, lettuce, caramelized onions, queso fresco, salsa verde and sour cream stuffed inside a torta roll that’s been dipped into Guajilla sauce. As always, the sandwich will run you $8.95. Early adopters, let us know what you think in the comments.
Certe (55th btw 5th+6th) and Pizza by Certe (56th btw Park+Lex) are great go-to for savory options, but they aren’t slacking when it comes to picking up an afternoon treat. Their latest sweet is a Chocolate Cherry Pecan Lizardi and what’s wonderful about it is that your gluten-free coworkers can get in on the action!
Today’s the Last Day to Get Certé’s November Sandwich: The Getting Thanks sandwich that we featured in our Thanksgiving video is going away after today. They won't be doing another Midtown Lunch sandwich until February due to the holidays, so make sure you stop by Cer té (on 55th btw. 5+6th) today to get a taste of the turkey meatloaf, turkey cracklins and green bean casserole.
Posted at 10:46 am, November 30th, 2012 | 0 Comments
Just in case you can’t wait until Thursday for turkey, cranberry, and stuffing, Certé has got you covered. In our latest holiday video, we document the Getting Thanks, Certé’s special November sandwich which includes turkey meatloaf, cranberry ketchup, and a green bean casserole. And since this is Thanksgiving, I thought it was only appropriate to bring my family along. Check out the Thanksgiving food porn and the traditional frustrations, headaches, and guilt after the jump…