The Skylight Shoppe serves upscale comfort food, such as this chicken and waffles dish.
Because it’s already blessed with huge mid-day business thanks to its enviable location amidst the office towers of midtown Manhattan, you wouldn’t think New York City’s Maloney & Porcelli steakhouse would promote a lesser-priced lunchtime option. But the restaurant went all out earlier this year and came up with a clever idea. It’s an in-house pop-up called the Skylight Shoppe, a throwback luncheonette that operates every day from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in a ...
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