Siggy’s Good Food Now Open at 292 Elizabeth

Posted on: July 9th, 2012 at 6:48 am by
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Upper Elizabeth Street now has its organic eatery, completing the continued upscaling trend just south of Bleecker. In other words, Siggy’s Good Food just opened their first Manhattan location at 292 Elizabeth Street. Soft launch transpired during the holiday week to iron out the requisite kinks, so to speak. Starting tomorrow the Lower East Side snack shop will be open 11 am through 11 pm.

Brooklyn-based Siggy’s Good Food specializes in organic options, offering lunch and dinner service. Menu items include everything from burgers and sandwiches to soups and salads. This establishment followed shortly after the closure of David Selig’s Asian fusion restaurant, Rice, back in April.

No aliens have been spotted eating there for free as of this publication. However, ET was marked on the Bowery phoning home to ask permission. He may or may not have had a bag of Reese’s Pieces on him.

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