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LES Bites: Paulaner Brauhaus, Mission Chinese, Pok Pok For Lunch

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Architectural drawing: Paulaner Brauhaus. Morali Architects.

Your Monday restaurant/food tidbits:

  • Crain’s (available to subscribers only) has a few new details about Paulaner Brauhaus, the Bowery brewery and restaurant that irritated Community Board 3 earlier this year.  “Altogether, the project represents a $5 million investment, some of it (owner/operator Rudy) Tauscher’s (own) cash, but most from investors in Germany,” the article notes. “Paulaner is providing the brewing equipment, including the large tanks that will be visible to customers while they eat and drink.”
  • Mission Chinese gets its New Yorker “Tables For Two” moment.
  • Eater has the “Early Word” on Leadbelly, the new oyster bar on Orchard Street from the Fat Radish guys.
  • EV Grieve hears rumblings about the reopening of SOS Chefs, the Avenue B specialty foods shop.


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