Huynh and Ong Collaborate; Chilean Sandwiches Coming to Midtown


Bushwick: At the Chinese-food relic Lee’s Restaurant “the eggrolls are as big as chimichangas.” [Bushwick BK]
East Village: Pichet Ong is teaming up with Michael Bao Huynh on a dessert shop called Spot that could open at 13 St. Marks Place in two months.
Greenwich Village: The Coney Island–themed Bowlmor Lanes annex called Carnival hosts a grand-opening party with games, circus performers, and corn dogs on October 10; $10 admission goes to St. Jude’s. [Grub Street]
Midtown East: A new Chilean sandwich shop called Barros Lucco may be open on 52nd Street near Second Avenue by Monday. [Midtown Lunch]
Tribeca: In a tribute to Chanterelle, Gael Greene posts her 1979 review of the restaurant. [Insatiable Critic]
Pete Wells shares his memory of a meal there. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]
And Josh Ozersky remembers how touched Karen Waltuck was by the passing of his father. [Feedbag]