Banhmigos is a takeout Vietnamese spot a block from Grand Army Plaza with a huge menu of things you’ll want to eat on a hot day in the park. The cold vermicelli bowls, green salads with various proteins, and banh mi sandwiches are all good, and they’re nice picnic alternatives to cold cuts and cheeses.
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