From Our Editors
Called “an emporium of the delicious” by the New York Times, Bernard’s unites the freewheeling grab-baggery of a high-end market with the charm and comfort of an intimate café. The deli menu unites a slew of sandwiches, wraps, paninis, and pizzas, including options such as the teriyaki-glazed flank steak sandwich buttressed by onions, spinach, and melted mozzarella ($8.99) and the gourmet honey-mustard pizza ($7.49). Those whose daily grind grinds right through lunch hour can shop for what the New York Times lauds as “four star takeout” from Bernard’s menu of prepared fare. Quell hunger pangs by the pound with orzo salad and shiitake mushrooms ($9.99), orange-ginger or balsamic-glazed chicken ($11.99 each), beef bourguignon ($10.99), and a variety of other comestible sundries alchemized into dynamic dinners and peerless picnic fare.