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LES Bites: Cider Bar Preview, Farmhouse Restaurant, Uruguayan on Essex Street

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Here’s a wrap-up of this week’s Lower East Side restaurant news:

  • Eater talked with the couple behind Wassail, the new cider bar opening at 162 Orchard St. in about a month.
  • The luxe lounge at the Ludlow Hotel now includes morsels from Dirty French, including a lamb burger, oysters and tuna tartare.
  • Farmhouse Restaurant is the latest concept at 81 Ludlow St. (Broome Street). Opening March 4, the menu includes items such as butternut squash ravioli, hanger steak and seared salmon.
  • Time Out has mixed feeling about Mission Chinese: “Point of view has never been the chef’s problem—(Danny Bowien’s) got personality in spades. But that freewheeling, dip-a-toe gumption often translates to a lack of focus.”
  • Robert Sietsema says the empanadas at Charrua, the newish Uruguayan restaurant on Essex Street, are among the best in New York.
  • Goa Taco is staying at 79 Delancey St. for another month, so you still have a chance to sample chef Duvaldi Marneweck’s delicious Indian-inspired tacos.
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