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Great Places to Go for a Speedy Lunch


Le Pain Quotidien
“Even though I’m pretty anti-chain restaurant (and prefer to give my dining dollars to locals), I like LPQ for its simple but tasty sandwiches and endless teapot refills,” Sexton admits. “In restaurants, we call diners who linger way longer than they should ‘campers’; LPQ is like camper heaven, great for a long midday break from the grind.”
30 Purchase St (914) 967-1460

Andy’s Pure Foods
“I’m finding myself increasingly drawn to health food when I’m not dining for work,” Sexton confides. “Andy’s offers just what I’m looking for—mostly raw soups, salads, and green juices that make me feel a bit more lively when I’m stuck at my desk all day.”
46 Purchase St (914) 967-2332

Sunrise Pizza and Restaurant
“Sunrise has been open for so long that literally generations of Rye’s citizens have been raised on its huge slices,” Sexton says. “Look for all the basics, plus more progressive white and salad pies, too.”
7 Purdy Ave (914) 967-8696

â–º For more Best-Kept Secrets for Eating, Playing and Working in Rye, click here.
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