Press 195

40-11 Bell Blvd

Brian Karp (chef/owner) and Chris Evans (director/owner) are two neighborhood guys who always had a passion for comfort food. After several years of toiling in the corporate world—and several late-night brainstorming sessions over too much coffee and... more

Brian Karp (chef/owner) and Chris Evans (director/owner) are two neighborhood guys who always had a passion for comfort food. After several years of toiling in the corporate world—and several late-night brainstorming sessions over too much coffee and beer—they decided to return to their restaurant roots. Press 195 was born.


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40-11 Bell Blvd
New York, NY 11427
(718) 281-1950
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Category

Sandwich Shops

Price

$$$$$

Ambience

Casual

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