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Turkey Sandwich, Simpleton Cafe

Turkey sandwiches aren’t revolutionary, and true to its name, Simpleton Cafe, a new eatery owned by Identity Coffees, keeps its variety ($11.75) well, simple. The price tag sounds steep, but the presentation is robust in every conceivable way: Sliced roasted turkey breast, cheddar cheese, mayonnaise and house-pickled red onion, all smashed between two ginormous pillowy pieces of sourdough bread. The result is a spicy, fluffy, peppery sandwich that’s both tender and juicy. And the fresh lettuce introduces a crispiness to the overall bite. While bacon, which isn’t brittle, can be added for some extra crunch, simple is the way to go with this Simpleton sandwich. 701 19th Street,