Tag Archive for East Village (Manhattan

Hungry City: A Rare Manhattan Find: Great Vietnamese Food, Times Two

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Source: NY Times Food

Hanoi House and Madame Vo, which both opened in January in the East Village, specialize in differing styles, but both make exemplary pho.

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Pete Wells: Flavors Cross Borders at Little Tong Noodle Shop

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Source: NY Times Food

2 stars | A new Yunnanese restaurant in the East Village uses rice noodles as the neutral backdrop for contrasting tastes from all over Southeast Asia.

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Pete Wells: New Dumplings to Hunt, by Way of Hong Kong

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Source: NY Times Food

1 star each | A branch of Tim Ho Wan and a chef from Din Tai Fung set up in Manhattan.

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Front Burner: Snacks From an East Village Wine Bar Available Online

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Source: NY Times Food

The owners of Lois are now selling their crisps, crackers and candied nuts.

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Hungry City: East Meets West, and Cafe Becomes Sake Bar, at Hi-Collar

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Source: NY Times Food

This East Village restaurant changes personality at night, moving away from Western-leaning comfort foods toward more Japanese snacks.

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Front Burner: Dinner and Two Plays at the New York Theater Workshop

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Source: NY Times Food

Eat Offbeat, a catering company that employs refugees, caters a meal served between two Mfoniso Udofia plays.

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Front Burner: New Jersey Bakery Adds New York to the Menu

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Source: NY Times Food

Pâtisserie Florentine has opened a branch in the East Village selling whole-grain croissants and other French pastries.

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Boîte: The Gray Mare, a Polished Pub for a Fancier East Village

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Source: NY Times Food

Formerly Dempsey’s Pub, the tavern offers small craft beers, Irish stew and a more polished atmosphere.

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Hungry City: Sichuan Dry Pot, from Subtle to Scorching, at MaLa Project

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Source: NY Times Food

This East Village restaurant leaves it up to you to mix and match ingredients and seasonings.

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Front Burner: Dumpling Options Abound Downtown

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Source: NY Times Food

Mimi Cheng’s and Nom Wah Tea Parlor open second outposts of their restaurants.

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Death & Co. Plans Its First Branch, in Denver

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Source: NY Times Food

The pioneering East Village cocktail den celebrates its 10th anniversary by planning a hotel bar in Colorado and fine-tuning its bar menu in New York.

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Ravi DeRossi, New York Stealth Bar Owner and Restaurateur

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Source: NY Times Food

No one knows much about the man behind all those establishments in the Village and Brooklyn. He’s O.K. with that.

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The Secret to Zadie’s Poached Oysters? Seaweed

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Source: NY Times Food

The chef Marco Canora offers a buttery nod to a bygone era at his new oyster room in the East Village.

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A Lavash That’s the Perfect Bread for Summer

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Source: NY Times Food

At Joe & Misses Doe in the East Village, the lavash with spring-pea butter is hot and beautifully simple.

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Boîte: Secret Bar Angel’s Share Opens a Second East Village Hideaway

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Source: NY Times Food

The second bar is hidden inside another Japanese restaurant, and also serves inventive cocktails.

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