Pix From Saltie, a Sandwich Shop in Williamsburg

Pix From Saltie, a Sandwich Shop in Williamsburg

The exact composition of the in-a-glass dessert "pipe bomb" may not be revealed. But go to Saltie and get blown up by one.

Sliding into Saltie on a smooth slather of ricotta, Counter Culture in this week's Voice takes a look at the new sandwich shop on Metropolitan helmed by three seafaring women from Marlow & Sons.

The place offers a limited menu of six or seven sandwiches per day, utilizing, where possible, seasonal produce, and thoughtfully sourced other materials. The sandwiches tend to be sloppy but good, and a strategy is required to consume them. Nearly everything I tried I liked; here is a collection of photos that reflects my preferences. Rumor has it that dinners will also eventually be offered.

Pix From Saltie, a Sandwich Shop in Williamsburg

The "Captain's Daughter" shows where the parsley mentioned in the full review went. Roll, capers, roll!

Pix From Saltie, a Sandwich Shop in Williamsburg

Compounded mainly of scrambled eggs and ricotta, the "Ship's Biscuit" is my favorite.

Next: More photos from Saltie

 

Pix From Saltie, a Sandwich Shop in Williamsburg

Saltie whips up a creditable ribollita.

Pix From Saltie, a Sandwich Shop in Williamsburg

In case you wondered, here is what Saltie looks like from the outside...

Pix From Saltie, a Sandwich Shop in Williamsburg

And a typical menu (click to enlarge), which does not include the special baked goods, beverages, and ice cream desserts.


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