What to Eat at Maiden Lane, an All-Day Café Bringing Cured Fish and Meat to the East Village
Nialls Fallon and Gareth Maccubbin — the former general managers of Torrisi and Parm, respectively — have quietly opened an intimate 28-seat, all-day café and wine bar right by Tompkins Square Park. The name, Maiden Lane, references port cities in New York, London, San Francisco, and New England, and the menu follows the theme. The wines come predominately from island and coastal areas, and the food includes cured seafood and meat, canned shellfish, and both fresh and aged cheese. These are dishes that are equally satisfying at all hours of the day, so it's a good thing that Maiden Lane's open from noon to midnight every day of the week. Take a look at the food, the space, and the menus, straight ahead.
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Maiden Lane, 162 Ave. B (on corner of E. 10th St.), (646) 755-8911