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LES Bites: Good Vibes at Mission Chinese, Broth Fest, Purim at Doughnut Plant

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Image via Doughnut Plant's twitter.
Image via Doughnut Plant’s twitter.

Here’s your mid-week Lower East Side restaurant roundup:

  • Tejal Rao of Bloomberg says service at Mission Chinese can be spotty but “the restaurant is worth a trip—several, in my opinion—for the good vibes and delicious, idiosyncratic food.”
  • The Village Voice is impressed with Bara, a little restaurant on East 1st Street whose aethetic “borrows from both East and West.”
  • Empellón al Pastor is going for a sidewalk cafe license on Avenue A, EV Grieve reports.
  • Via the TLD in-box, we learn that Alex Mitow (Los Perros Locos/LESpace) and Imagination in Space, are putting on Broth Fest, a food and music festival at the Seaport March 14. It will take place at Sugarcube, the pop-up pavilion. Restaurants taking part include Katz’s Deli and Spur Tree and LES-based DJ’s Andrew Andrew will be providing entertainment. Each restaurant will be dreaming up its own version of bone broth, the hot food trend of the moment. More info here.
  • To celebrate Purim, which begins this evening, the Doughnut Plant rolls out limited edition hamantashen, made with poppyseed and raisin filling.
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