Seamless Restaurant News, Updates, Blog Posts (September 28, 2011)

Our weekly list of Seamless press mentions and restaurant write-ups

Here at Seamless, we work with thousands of restaurants and we love them all equally. But we’re only human, and when blogs and newspapers write about our restaurants, some of them temporarily become more equal than others. Here’s a sampling of where Seamless restaurants made some news last week:

Looking for the Next Cool Kid – New York Times

  • NY Times restaurant critic Sam Sifton gives Coppelia one star for their delicious food and desired atmosphere. Must try: “wickedly moist” roast pork, ropa vieja, and the lomo saltado.

Michelin Guide Releases Budget-Friendly Bib Gourmand Picks – Feast

Schnitzel & Things Should Add Polenta to Their Permanent Menu – Midtown Lunch

  • Schnitzel & Things served up a special polenta dish that Midtown Lunch is hoping will be added to their regularly scheduled program!

A Sandwich A Day: Kofte Sandwich at Ali Baba – Serious Eats: New York

  • The delicious and chewy bread is delicious with practically anything on it at Ali Baba.
Ropa Vieja at Coppelia

Ropa Vieja at Coppelia

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