Here’s a Lower East Side food roundup to start your week:
- Eater picks up on the latest social media hints that Mission Chinese is poised to open on East Broadway. Chef Danny Bowien’s friend, Sue Chan, posted a few photos on Instagram of the former Rosette space. In September, it came to light that Bowien planned to reopen his wildly popular restaurant at 171 East Broadway, after being foprced to close the original Orchard Street outpost. No firm opening date yet.
- Via twitter, we learn that Galli, the new Italian spot in the former Inoteca space on Ludlow Street, officially opens tomorrow, after a soft opening late last week.
- Beginning Thursday, Wylie Dufresne’s WD-50 will be accepting reservations for a series of farewell dinners. There will also be a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Tickets are available here.
- Chef Doron Wong of Yunnan Kitchen on Clinton Street has debuted a new menu. Added dishes include Cumin Beef Stir Fry, Chili Tomato Rice Cakes with Chinese celery, Benton’s ham and long peppers and pork neck soup and doufu (a combination of tofu and chile bean paste) soup. You can see the whole menu here.
- EV Grieve: signs point to the arrival of Rosie’s Mexican in a vexed East Village location. The new venture is backed by the team behind Five Points and Cookshop.