On the long list of New York’s culinary hybrids, how about this one: French-Japanese sandwich-shop–teahouse? Thé Adoré occupies an adorable two-story building that formerly housed a turn-of-the-century printing press. Upstairs you can take tea in civilized fashion, choosing among several varieties including hoji-cha and genmai. Downstairs in the cramped izakaya-style kitchen, the Japanese staff turns out an inspired array of sandwiches, for which stylish students (from nearby Parsons and the New School) line up at lunch.
Street Eats: Thé Adoré
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