The Comfort Diner Opens LES Offshoot

By Rowena Tsai, Epoch Times
The Jewbano with Katz's pastrami, hand carved roasted turkey, Swiss cheese, deli mustard and pickles from The Pickle Guys grilled on a Bulka from Kossar's Bialys
The Jewbano with Katz’s pastrami, hand carved roasted turkey, Swiss cheese, deli mustard, and pickles from The Pickle Guys grilled on a Bulka from Kossar’s Bialys. (The Comfort)

The Comfort, a grown-up, swanky offshoot of The Comfort Diner opened last week on the Lower East Side.

Paying homage to dishes long associated with the neighborhood, The Comfort puts a modern spin on diner classics. Biting into The Jewbano is like biting into over 200 years of LES history.

For a nostalgia-inducing nightcap, The Comfort mixes up bygone era cocktails that promise to elicit the sweetest memories. Think of adult milkshakes like the Creamsicle, Bananas Foster, and Salted Caramel-Bourbon.

If you winced at the thought of “greasy spoon” options, do not fear. There are notable dishes like the Quinoa Kale Bowl, Seafood Pot Pie, and Orange Bourbon Glazed Salmon with grit cake and wilted spinach.

The Comfort
399 Grand St. (between Suffolk & Clinton streets)
212-677-3997
TheComfortNYC.com

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