Daily Provisions Coming To UWS

Daily Provisions, the Danny Meyer bakery and cafe, is coming to the UWS! They’ll be setting up shop at 375 Amsterdam Ave (at 78th Street), which was last occupied by White Gold Butchers.

Daily Provisions has one location as of now, at 103 East 19th Street.

They mentioned on Twitter that they’re still finalizing their Upper West Side menu, but here’s a look at what’s on the table at their Gramercy location.

There are separate menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a drink menu which includes plenty of coffees and teas as well as a handful of wines and beers.

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Breakfast foods include gougères, a savory French pastry filled with cheese, baked goods like crullers and croissants, egg sandwiches, and toasts with a number of different spreads.

Lunch offers include various sandwiches, a rotisserie chicken, desserts and sides.

And dinner entrees include lasagna, pot roast, Scottish salmon and chicken Milanese, to name a few.

Daily Provisions is well-liked for their sweets, which in addition to their crullers (pictured below), include cookies, cakes, brownies and more. They also serve ice cream provided by Salt and Straw.

 

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Daily Provisions (at least their Gramercy location) is a cash-free restaurant as well. This trend has been controversial for some time, as many argue excluding cash payments also excludes those without permanent addresses or the ability to qualify for a credit card. Here’s an article Eater wrote about it last year.

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