Lower East Side Links

–A hearing on the mayor’s borough-based jail plan drew angry protests this week. [Gothamist]

–Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer thinks the local community needs more time to respond to the city’s East Side Coastal Resiliency plan. [Patch]

–Remembering the legendary Steve Cannon, founder of “A Gathering of the Tribes.” [Villager]

–On Saturday, Hester Street Fair brings back its “Test Kitchen” competition, devoted to new concepts and dishes. There’s a great lineup of local judges including Kiki Karamintzas (Kiki’s), Zac Behaj (Lucien), Din Yates (Cheeky Sandwiches) and Yudai Kanayama (Izakaya). There will also be a full slate of regular HSF vendors. [Facebook]

–Lower East Side restaurants are well represented in Bon Appetit’s “New York 100.” [Bon Appetit]

–Hilltop Bicycles is taking a space in Essex Crossing, just a few steps from the Williamsburg Bridge. [Instagram]

–A neon green Louis Vuitton pop-up comes to 100 Rivington St. over the weekend. It features styles from Virgil Abloh’s FW19 men’s collection. [Hypebeast]

It’s “I’ll Have What She’s Having” Day at Katz’s Deli. Here’s a look back at that famous scene from, “When Harry Met Sally,” 30 years later. [Washington Post]