Cheap Eats Invading The FiDi: Sabor De Mexico, Roll And Go Outposts Spotted
After a long, boring drought of new places to eat for $10 or less within the Downtown Lunch coverage area, we’re now being inundated with choices. I just reported on a place called grk coming to Fulton St. between Dutch and William, as well as Baked by Melissa opening and now that same stretch of street has spawned one more option with Roll and Go signage up touting not only pizza (will it be $1 like the locations on Broadway and Canal St.? The price on the sign seems to have been blacked out) but rotisserie chicken and shakes. Weird combo, but whatever. When I walked around the corner onto Nassau St. I spotted signage for another cheap eats option.
A second location of Sabor de Mexico has popped up on Nassau between Fulton & John streets. I’ve eaten at the location over on Trinity Place a couple of times and while it’s not mind-blowing Mexican food, it’s homemade and they have more options than Chipotle.
So who’s excited for these places to open? Will you be lining up for bargain basement rotisserie chicken from Roll and Go?