Smallest eatery New York 2006 - Brazil Café
With only two stools at a narrow counter, does Brazil Café qualify as the city's smallest sit-down eatery? I'm waiting for someone out there to tip me to a place with only one seat. The food at Brazil Café is wonderful, while being wonderfully unambitious: sandwiches, mostly, some featuring incongruous ingredients. The beef sandwich comes with sweet corn, pineapple, and potato sticks in the sandwich. Pièce de résistance is Friday's feijoada, the national dish of black beans stewed with pork products and dusted with farofa.