Roll-N-Roaster’s new outdoor window. (Photo: Alex Ellefson / Sheepshead Bites)Roll-N-Roaster has a new grab-and-go experience. Enthusiasts of the beloved Sheepshead Bay restaurant can pick up new summer offerings, like panini, Italian ice and hot dogs, at an open-air counter that debuted last month. I ordered the panini ($5.95)
On the left: Roll-N-Roaster. (Photo: mikejchau / Instagram). On the Right: Brennan & Carr. (Photo: Alex Ellefson / Sheepshead Bites)Sheepshead Bay is home to two legendary roast beef sandwich makers: Brennan & Carr and Roll-N-Roaster. Both have regularly been featured on list after list of the city’s best sandwich houses.
il Fornetto, located at 2902 Emmons Avenue. (Photo: Alex Ellefson / Sheepshead Bites)The Sheepshead Bay gossip mill has spawned lots of predictions about developers paving over established businesses to build condos. And considering the surge in development near the waterfront, neighbors are right to be fearful their community is being
il Fornetto, located at 2902 Emmons Avenue. (Photo: Alex Ellefson / Sheepshead Bites)It appears the Sheepshead Bay rumor mill has birthed another tall tale about a neighborhood institution closing to make room for condos. The manager at il Fornetto, the seaside Italian restaurant located at 2902 Emmons Avenue, said calls
Roll-N-Roaster, 2901 Emmons Avenue. (Photo: Alex Ellefson / Sheepshead Bites)Staff at Roll-N-Roaster, Sheepshead Bay’s beloved roast beef sandwich maker, said they received more than 100 phone calls on Sunday after a wild conspiracy theory emerged online that the restaurant had been sold to a condo developer and would close
THE BITE: Roll n Roaster (2901 Emmons Avenue, just west of Nostrand Avenue) is well known for its roast beef sandwiches, late night crowds and its 1970s television commercials. But it also sells Cheez burgers, fries and “freshly squeezed orangeade,” all of which are prominently touted on their take-out bags.
A portion of the Gears 'n' Grub illustration of Roll-N-RoasterThe Village Voice chose Roll-N-Roaster (2901 Emmons Avenue)as the subject for the inaugural post of “Gears ‘n’Grub,” their new illustrated series about foodstuffs found while the author bikes through the city. The writer, L. Nichols, took a ride over
Source: Eater NYHas anyone else seen Urban Spoon’s list of “The Best American Restaurants in Sheepshead Bay?” The restaurants are, in order: Brennan & CarrParadise GardenT.G.I. Friday’sBuckley’sCherry Hill GourmetApplebee’sRestaurant Sabor LatinoMcDonald’sMcDonald’sAnyone else find it to be just a trifle… off? The first