My usual ‘wichcraft is the one in Bryant Park, which is more of a kiosk than cafe, but there are various locations throughout the city, so be sure to stop in if you see one. I work in Times Square, so the Bryant Park location is close enough for my morning commute, which I couldn’t be happier about. The chunky pb&j sandwich, a triple decker affair on white bread, is about $5, and more than a great way to start your day. It’s hearty and filling, but still has that sweetness from the jelly. I like pairing it with an iced soy latte, and the coffee is really what makes this place for me; you can get an amazing latte with rich, full bodied, Italian style flavor. It’s about $4 for a small iced latte. The oatmeal, if you’re going for something a bit richer, is about $4, and is a cinnamon, brown sugar, toasted nuts, and dried fruit affair that is entirely too delicious for its own good. Fills you up, but it also tastes like dessert. For lunch, I love the chopped chickpeas with roasted peppers, green olives, lemon, and arugula, for $7.