LA’s Sqirl chef takes NY
Maybe the most quintessential Los Angeles restaurant is making its option to New York Metropolis. Sqirl proprietor Jessica Koslow begins her residency on the Seaport’s Food Lab subsequent week, bringing bites like quail shwarma and smoked fried Jerusalem artichokes from August 19 by way of September 2. Will she present NYC how avocado toast is done?
A theft at gunpoint at Meatball Store
Two males stole $2,000 in money from The Meatball Store on Williamsburg’s Bedford Avenue on Wednesday, using a gun to force an employee handy over the cash. It’s all caught on video, right here:
The Tippler proprietor seems to be to open a Meatpacking music bar
If Tippler proprietor Michael Ginsberg has his approach, a music bar referred to as People Metropolis will quickly open at 409 West 15th Road. It’s named after storied Greenwich Village membership Gerde’s People Metropolis, the place Bob Dylan as soon as made his NYC debut, AMNY reports. It’ll be a reasonably large basement area with room for 249 individuals, open every day with music from 5 p.m. to four a.m. Meals might embrace salads, kebabs, and French bread pizzas.
A Meals Community chef tries for a Chelsea restaurant
Seems like Meals Community chef Kristin Sollenne has deserted plans to open up in Chelsea’s former party-forward Il Bastardo area. As an alternative, the movie star chef is now aiming for a Mediterranean restaurant at 544 West 27th Road, which is now within the Group Board’s arms.
A gap and a closure
Prospect-Lefferts Gardens has a new Vietnamese restaurant in Quynh at 2122 Beekman Place. Chef-owner Fred Hua is serving road meals like summer time rolls and rice noodles day by day from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. In the meantime, Chinatown’s Solar Bakery at 83 Essex Road has shuttered for unknown causes.
Weekend lunch at Le Coucou
It’s lunch, not brunch, at throwback French hit Le Coucou, which begins the meal service this Saturday, August 12. From right here on out, the Soho restaurant will serve a two-course $52 lunch with a choice of dishes like a beef cheek and foie gras terrine or caviar omelet. It might sound costly, however $52 per individual is approach lower than what flies at dinner. The complete menu is under, out there weekends from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A 3-Michelin-star croque monsieur
Le Bernardin might not serve brunch, however chef-owner Eric Ripert shares how he would make a croque monsieur if he did: