Mile End, the popular modernized Montreal-style Jewish delicatessen in Brooklyn, has opened a sister sandwich shop on Bond Street in Manhattan. With only standing bar-style dining or to-go options, the focus is on sandwiches, but there are also soups, salads and poutine (of course). Mile End is known for its smoked meats, but in addition to the meatier sandwiches there are also a couple of lighter options like fried eggplant, smoked mackerel and chicken salad. It’s the smoked mackerel sandwich that’s really got me hooked: fatty smoked mackerel (currently with an apple cider mustard seed glaze) on a homemade sesame bun topped with tartar sauce, pickled shallots and bitter greens. The acidity of the greens dressed in the pickling jus and olive oil coupled with the creamy tartar sauce with dill, pickled asparagus (seasonal) and capers makes this a juicy sandwich. Whether you love fish or just want a change of pace from the meats, this sandwich is a winner.