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Joe Dough

Map & Directions 135 1st Ave.
New York, NY 10009
  • Deli, Sandwiches
  • Sun -Thu: 12pm -10pm; Fri - Sat: 12pm -2am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Accepted
  • Street


Village Voice's Description

Spinoff of East 1st Street's Joe Doe, Joe Dough is one of the newfangled sandwich stalls that have been a boon to East Village eat-and-run dining. The modus operandi involves taking classic sandwiches and reconfiguring the hell out of them, often with partly facetious purposes. Thus, J.D.'s french dip substitutes caramelized tongue for
overdone roast beef, and dresses it with a pungent horseradish slaw, and provides a nice gravy on the side that isn't canned. The so-called "Stoner's Delight" is a ramped-up grilled cheese, while the Conflicted Jew puts bacon on challah bread, perhaps for the first time. Though the sandwiches are expensive, they're voluminous, and you won't go away hungry.
Warning: minimal, uncomfortable seating.

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  • Thrillist on 11/15/11

    Don't be conflicted about ordering "The Conflicted Jew": Mashed-up chicken liver & onions with sacrilegious bacon and on challah bread.

  • Serious Eats on 04/01/13

    An oddball sandwich shop with a few great options.

  • Village Voice on 01/25/13

    JoeDough (& 50+ other eateries) will be sampling their fare at our 2013 Choice Eats tasting event on 3/19 - can't wait! http://ow.ly/h6OAc

  • Seamless on 01/19/13

    The Almighty Brisket and the Stoner's Delight are serious favorites. Especially when they are delivered and you don't need to get out of bed to eat it.

  • Akshay P. on 11/30/11

    the sandwiches aren't bad, but they're not worth the $10 price tag

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