Cer Te (on 55th btw. 5+6th) is getting into the Thanksgiving spirit starting today by introducing their latest sandwich of the month, the “Getting Thanks”. That’s turkey meatloaf, string bean casserole, turkey cracklins, and cranberry ketchup on an onion brioche, served with giblet gravy… you know… for dipping. Prefer pizza to sandwiches? Pizza by Cer Te (on 56th btw. Park+Lex) is bringing back their Thanksgiving pizza, also starting today.
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A new month means a new sandwich at Cer Te (on 55th btw. 5+6th) and October’s bad boy looks like a real mess… or messed? Not sure what coincidental slaw is, but hash on a pretzel bun sounds pretty good to us. Early adopters, let us know how it is in the comments.
This launched yesterday at Cer Te (on 55th btw. 5+6th) for $8.95. Early adopters, let us know how it is in the comments.
If you were hoping for a taste of Certe’s “TITT” (the Throw in the Towel lamb burger with tzatziki sandwich) you’re SOL. It will be replaced by the Montauk Hangover starting tomorrow. For those of you who don’t remember this one from August 2011, you’ll want to make sure to grab a fork and a knife on your way out.
Cer Te, 20 W 55th St. (btw. 5+6th). 212-397-2020
Let’s face it. Buffalo chicken wraps are great. Back in college, my friends and I would visit the local dive bar for wings at least two nights a week, and ever since, I’ve had a deep appreciation for this thing we call “buffalo chicken.” Created upstate in Buffalo, Wikipedia describes the sauce as cayenne pepper hot sauce plus melted butter or margarine. When mixed with fried, breaded chicken and sharp, blue cheese, deliciousness is bound to ensue! Although not traditional, wraps are a convenient means of buffalo chicken consumption (it’s nice that the whole experience can be folded into a neat, handheld bundle) and they tend to be less messy than their sandwich counterparts. Over the course of the past week, I took it upon myself to try out several different buffalo chicken wraps around Midtown. I was actually a little surprised at how difficult it was to find these things for under $10, but in the end I managed to uncover four decent options.
Read my findings after the jump…
Last week, Alexa forewarned of Certe’s June sandwich, the Count of Stonington. This baby’s got lobster salad and spicy grano padana frico on vanilla-honey and sea-salted French toast. Yep, I was just as overwhelmed by that description as you- but it didn’t sufficiently prepare for what was to come.
It’s a new month and that means new sandwich specials at both Cer Te (on 55th btw. 5+6th) and Pizza by Cer Te (on 56th btw. Park+Lex)! Cer Te’s getting their summer lobster fix on early with lobster salad on a sweet and savory french toast (whoa) to make for the Count of Stonington. But the one that I’m most excited about is Pizza By Cer Te’s new ravioli burger. What’s a ravioli burger you ask? Try a jumbo meatball sandwiched between two house made raviolis. Done and done. Early adopters, let us know what you think in the comments.
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.
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.