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Matthew Babbage

I work in NYC feeding hungry college students every day. Our menu is a fresh food concept where everything is prepared in front of our guests consisting of college students, faculty, staff and very often people who walk in off the street not realizing it is campus dining. In addition to fresh baked rolls and bread for the deli there are five different types of wraps offered. Plain flour, tomato, honey wheat,whole wheat and the favorite spinach. The number one seller is The Greene Wrap, named for several reasons one being that we are close to Greene St. the other is how it is made.
Spinach wrap, tofu, hummus and loaded with fresh vegetables. It is customized for each person and if you don't add cheese it is also vegan.
Since it is college, cheeseburgers and fries are always on the menu. One of our grill specials is with a twist, the cheeseburger and fries are all rolled into a warm tomato tortilla with BBQ sauce, lettuce, tomato and onion.
Anything and everything works on a wrap. My favorite is honey wheat grilled with peanut butter, jelly and bananas served like a quesadilla.

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