Of Delmonico Cafe's "copious international smorgasbord," New York magazine says, "You could get lunch to go here for six straight months and never eat the same thing twice." Indeed, the chefs prepare a dazzling array of hot and cold foods every day, ranging from cuban paninis and california cheeseburgers to korean kimchi-tofu soup and japanese udon. Gourmet sandwiches gain bragging rights with Boar's Head meat and a choice of freshly baked bread, whereas vegetarian varieties make ample use of fresh produce. Chefs also dish up breakfast all day long, pairing Western-style omelets and grits with an espresso from the coffee bar. Like the cuisine, the ambiance is both elegant and comforting. The delicatessen comes alive with rich wooden floors, leather-like banquettes, and spells from a fairy godmother.