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Learn to Make Sichuanese Food at MOCATalks

Author Fuchsia Dunlop talks about her updated and revised cookbook, “Land of Plenty,” at the Museum of Chinese in America’s MOCATalks series …

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Celebrate Oktoberfest With Your Favorite Grand Street Businesses on Sunday

The early forecast says it’s going to be 85 degrees on Sunday. Not quite fall-like weather, but here’s one way to celebrate the new …

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Golden Diner is Now Open For Dinner

Golden Diner, a great little spot that opened with limited hours at 123 Madison St. earlier this year, just debuted dinner service. Chef/owner Sam Yoo, an alumnus of some of the better restaurant kitchens in town, …

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Sauce Reopens Friday at 78 Rivington St. After January Fire

Back in January, a devastating fire swept through Sauce, the Italian spot at 78 Rivington St., forcing the eight-year-old Lower East Side restaurant to …

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A Bigger Dudley’s Opens Today at 85 Orchard St.

The newly expanded Dudley’s officially opens for business today at 85 Orchard St.

The Australian restaurant has been a fixture on the corner of …

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Hester Street Fair Honors Original Vendors and New Creators This Weekend

A full weekend is coming up at Hester Street Fair. On Saturday, their “We Started Here” event returns in honor of the small businesses …

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A Chinatown Classic, Fong On, Re-Emerges at 81 Division St.

One of Chinatown’s oldest businesses is making a comeback.

Back in 2017, Fong Inn Too, the iconic Mott Street tofu shop, closed its doors. …

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Ernesto’s on East Broadway Plans Late Fall Opening

Back in October of 2017, we reported that a Basque restaurant from the New York food industry vet Ryan Bartlow was coming to this …

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Petisco Vegano Opens This Week at 189 East Broadway

If you’ve been missing Cafe Petisco, the popular neighborhood spot on East Broadway, you’re in luck. A revamped version of the Mediterranean restaurant is …

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Remembering Lucien Bahaj

There aren’t many places left to experience the heart and soul of the avant-garde Lower East Side as it existed in the 1980s and …