Grabbing a quick and healthy takeaway in Manhattan is no easy feat. Every day, during lunchtime, the streets of lower SoHo fill up with bicycles delivering food to hungry workers because there are surprisingly few options for quick and tasty dining. “There are a lot of creative businesses in this area but there was nowhere for them to grab a good lunch,” says Matt Kliegman, who opened the Smile To Go with partner Carlos Quirarte in January this year. “We’ve really enjoyed dining at takeaway places in other cities so it made sense to open one here…
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