Dec

24

Cardomat’s Old Spot Goes To…

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Dig Inn Seasonal Market is ready to call Morningside Heights its (seventh) home. A tipster sent us the photo below, satiating our curiosity about what would move into Cardomat’s old spot, vacant for about a year. The chain describes itself as a healthy fast food option, and with most salads around $8 and sandwiches around $9 we might be tempted to walk a few extra steps past Milano to check it out. No word yet on when it will open, but we’ve reached out and hope it will be soon.

Update (6:55 pm): It’ll be open in February! Whee!

no room at dig inn for baby j this christmas either

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19 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    DIG INN IS SO GOOD. Get ready yall.

  2. Holy Hell

    This is LIFE-CHANGING, people.

  3. YAYYY

    MERRY CHRISTMAS TO US!

  4. PRAISE BEYONCE

    I HOPE MILANO GOES OUT OF BUSINESS

  5. Anonymous

    BEST NEWS EVER merry Christmas/happy holidays columbia!!!

  6. WOW  

    The above posts, if you trust the track button, weren't written by the same person.

  7. Anonymous  

    can you please explain what the track button is/how it works?

  8. anon

    Damn it takes balls to open up a similarly priced sandwich shop right next to one that is popular in the area

  9. V

    What the fuck is a cardomat?

  10. John

    DIG INN IS SO GOOD. OMG YESSSSS. expect lines for those seeking their hangover curing juices Sunday morning

  11. CC '13

    Since graduating in May, I've been getting lunch every day at Dig Inn's 55th St. location. I'll confess I enjoy the feeling of being able to afford nice food, though I probably should be saving money / paying off loans faster. Glad to hear that tasty and healthy food is coming to Morningside Heights -- just try not to make a habit out of it.

  12. Lazy

    I hope they deliver! #seamless

  13. Wise Senior Teaching Underclassmen  

    Cardomat was a store that sold cards/provided free entertainment via it's billboard http://bwog.com/?s=Cardomat

    Very few columbia students went in, we just remarked at a gone-by era.

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