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LES Bites: Lunch at Dirty French, Suffolk Arms Progress, Bialy Basics

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Dirty French.
Dirty French.

Let’s get caught up on news from the Lower East Side restaurant scene:

  • Dirty French in the Ludlow Hotel debuted lunch service yesterday (it’s offered noon-3 p.m.). Eater posts the menu, which it calls a “pared down version” of the dinner menu. There’s a lamb burger and a banh mi sandwich. It’s nearly impossible to score a dinner reservation at the new hot spot, so lunch might be your best bet. No prices listed.
  • EV Grieve notices the plywood has gone up at 269 East Houston St., in preparation for Suffolk Arms, a new cocktail venture from Giuseppe Gonzalez (you may remember him from PKNY, Golden Cadillac or Dutch Kills).
  • Serious Eats delves into the quest for a bialy resurgence.
  • Sarah Simmons of Birds & Bubbles reveals the secrets behind her amazing deviled egg sauce.
  • ICYMI: The Times loves the quiet homeyness of Soy on Suffolk Street.

 

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