This is a Jean-Georges Vongerichten crunchy chicken sub from No. 7 at Ace Hotel New York, lounging over Manhattan, luxuriating in its Asian pear, pickled chili and shiso self. Proceeds from this beauty, available through Saturday, are donated to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts by the St. Jacobi Lutheran Church in Brooklyn, a major hub for volunteer efforts by Occupy Sandy since almost before the winds were gone. Impressions at the Ace blog secret tasting headquarters ran from epiphanic to “like experiencing Alice Coltrane’s Universal Consciousness in flavor.” 

This is a Jean-Georges Vongerichten crunchy chicken sub from No. 7 at Ace Hotel New York, lounging over Manhattan, luxuriating in its Asian pear, pickled chili and shiso self. Proceeds from this beauty, available through Saturday, are donated to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts by the St. Jacobi Lutheran Church in Brooklyn, a major hub for volunteer efforts by Occupy Sandy since almost before the winds were gone. Impressions at the Ace blog secret tasting headquarters ran from epiphanic to “like experiencing Alice Coltrane’s Universal Consciousness in flavor.” 


Breakfast of Champions

No. 7 Sub at Ace New York started serving breakfast sandwiches today. True to form, Tyler Kord’s unorthodox pairings (unexpectedly pickled, shockingly multi-sensory) make for an invigorating start to the day. Look out for the morning hoagies: broccoli, egg, smoked gouda and Thai basil pesto; cucumber peanut butter, pickled bananas and honey; and corned beef hash, scallion cream cheese and poppyseeds. Serving breakfast until 10:30 each morning.


Photo by Jou-Yie Chou


No. 7 Sub is Open at Ace Hotel NYC

Some action shots from opening day at No. 7 Sub. And what’s the ingredient you can’t quite see on the Roast Beef sign? That would be pickled blueberries.


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