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Lil’ Gem, a Modern Lebanese Restaurant, Opens at 29 Clinton St. Tonight

Lil' Gem, a restaurant inspired by the homestyle dishes of chef Melissa O'Donnell's Lebanese grandmother, opens tonight at 29 Clinton St.

Rice & Gold Opens in Hotel 50 Bowery This Week

After soft launching with breakfast service, celebrity chef Dale Talde launches his next high profile project, Rice & Gold, in Hotel 50 Bowery this week.

The Lucky Bee is Closing After a Year-and-a-Half on Broome Street (Updated)

After only a year-and-a-half in business, The Lucky Bee is closing.
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Dewey Dufresne’s BYGGYZ Opens Today at Noon on Clinton Street

We have been waiting for a very long time for this one. At noon today, Dewey Dufresne will finally swing open the doors of his new sandwich shop. It's called BYGGYZ and is located at 37-39 Clinton St., just a couple of doors from Donnybrook.

Nom Wah Tu Soft Opens at 22 Orchard St.

Nom Wah Tu, the latest dim sum restaurant in Wilson Tang's growing restaurant empire, opened its doors for the first time last night at 22 Orchard St.

New Museum’s IdeasCity Happens This Saturday

The New Museum brings their bi-annual civic-minded festival, IdeasCity, back to Sara D. Roosevelt Park tomorrow for a full day of free panels, performances and workshops. This year's theme is “100 Actions for the Future City,” and is billed as "a...
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Nom Wah, Schaller & Weber Announced as First Market Line Vendors

Over the weekend, the developers of Essex Crossing announced the first two venders for the Market Line, a subterranean shopping pavilion that will be a centerpiece of the large real estate project.

Randall’s Barbecue Eyes 359 Grand St., Including Backyard Space

The other day we mentioned that a barbecue restaurant had set its sights on a storefront at 359 Grand St., the former home of Shalom Chai Pizza. We now have a few more details based on a liquor permit application filed with Community Board 3.

New Liquor Permit Apps: BBQ on Grand Street, Eli’s Nightshift, Splitsville Lanes

Community Board 3 will have its hands full next month reviewing Lower East Side liquor licenses.
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A Labor Day Weekend Lobster Feast at the Hester Street Fair

If you're spending the holiday in the city, you'll want to know that the Hester Street Fair is planning a final summer fling.
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