You can’t eat a lot in New York for $1, if you’re lucky you can grab a soda, maybe a slice of pizza but even hot dogs in New York rock in way over a dollar.
The idea of eating something delicious in NYC for $1 sounds both absurd and attractive which is why the line skipping app, Ritual’s idea to create a dollar menu across over 60 eateries in New York is such an exciting proposal.
62 different places have signed up to take part in the $1 meal offering which will be available until March 8th.
Most of the restaurants taking part are in the Financial District. All users have to do to qualify for a $1 meal is download the Ritual app and head to one of the participating places.
Below is a list of all the establishments taking part in the $1 meal promotion and for those expecting the worst food in the city, we assure you there's some decent options like Milk Bar, Fuku and La Parisienne French Cafe.
Argo Tea (E 22nd/Broadway)
Al Horno Lean Mexican Kitchen (110 Pearl St)
All American Deli (42 Water St)
Ashby's (19 Nassau)
BentOn Cafe (123 William St A)
Bento Sushi & Noodles (32 Broadway)
Beyond Sushi (70 Pine St)
Black Fox Coffee (70 Pine St)
Bombay Indian Restaurant (60 Pearl St)
Boundless Plains Espresso (19 Rector St)
Cafe Grumpy (20 Stone St)
Cafe Patoro (223 Front St)
Cafe Water (130 Water St)
Cappone's Salumeria (1 New York Plaza)
Carvel (112 John St)
Casa Toscana (12 John St)
City Acres Deli (70 Pine St)
City Acres Salad Bar (70 Pine Street)
Complete Body (Juice Bar, Healthy Food - 10 Hanover Square)
El Toro Mexican Grill (69 New St)
Essen (100 Broad St)
FIKA (66 Pearl St)
Filter (Formerly Caffe Costadoro - 180 Maiden Lane)
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