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Mission Chinese Calls it Quits on East Broadway

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The popular restaurant Mission Chinese Food has announced they will close their East Broadway location at the end of September. In a note on their Instagram feed, they posted: "During this pandemic, restaurants have experienced challenges unlike any other industry. We have had to fight to save our businesses and jobs while making the case for our very existence...

Limited Capacity Indoor Dining Resumes in New York City Sept. 30

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Outdoor dining has given some restaurants at least a fighting chance of survival during the summer months. But you can already feel fall in...

Restaurants Improvise to Survive and Step Up Campaign For Bailout

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New York's restaurants are in the midst of a fight for survival. With indoor dining prohibited for the foreseeable future, the situation is dire....

Local Spots Look Ahead to Full Service Reopening in June and July

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Uplifting news came from Mayor DeBlasio this week as he announced "Phase 1" reopening for curbside and in-store retail pickup, and non-essential construction and manufacturing, can resume on June 8, 2020.

Meatballs, Chicken Wings, Doughnuts and More, Now Available for Pickup and Delivery on the...

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Memorial Day Weekend 2020 brings a new batch of local spots opening for takeout and delivery, with temporary hours and limited menus, as we continue to shelter at home (*sigh*). Here are some highlights we've added to our updated list - it's getting big!

Lower East Side Restaurants and Bars Crowdfunding to Support Their Employees

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We all know our local restaurants are facing a desperate situation as shelter-in-place orders remain in effect. Many of our readers are continuing to...

Ernesto’s Cafe and Wine Bar Now Open Daily

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Ernesto’s Cafe and Wine Bar (259 E. Broadway at Montgomery St.) is now open, accompanying the Basque-inspired restaurant from chef Ryan Bartlow (Quality Eats, Frenchette), which debuted...

Take an Essex Market Audio Tour and Share Your Favorite Ingredients With Feed Me...

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Our friends at the Feed Me a Story project are kicking off a new audio tour of Essex Market (88 Essex St.) with a fun event this Saturday, from 11am - 1pm, on the mezzanine at the market.

Remembering Lucien Bahaj

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There aren't many places left to experience the heart and soul of the avant-garde Lower East Side as it existed in the 1980s and...

Rabbit House Adds Second Location at 41 Essex St.

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Rabbit House, the little Japanese-style tapas/sake spot across from Sara D. Roosevelt Park, is opening a second location at 41 Essex St.

Fine Fare to Be Replaced With Metro Acres Market

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A new grocery, Metro Acres Market, will be replacing the Fine Fare at 175 Clinton St. The space, located between East Broadway and Grand Street, is owned by the Seward Park Cooperative.

New Essex Street Market Opens on the Lower East Side

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After a weekend in soft open mode, the new Essex Street Market makes its official debut this morning with a ribbon cutting ceremony and...

Saying Our Goodbyes to the Old Essex Street Market

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It was a day of high emotions on the Lower East Side Sunday, as longtime customers and vendors said goodbye to the old Essex Street Market building at 120 Essex St. The 1940 structure once described as "unlovely" by the New York Times, is now shuttered

Popular Local Spot, Cafe Petisco, Remains Closed

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We've been fielding quite a few emails from readers hoping to find out what's happening at Cafe Petisco, the popular Mediterranean restaurant at 189...

Continuing a Neighborly Thanksgiving Tradition at Sugar Sweet Sunshine

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If you are staying in town for a quiet Thanksgiving holiday, there are plenty of restaurants in the neighborhood that are cooking up turkey dinners, but this story of a special tradition among friends caught our attention.

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