RedFarm Steak Opens; King Noodle Launches Lunch

City Harvest is distributing more than 400,000 pounds of produce and canned food for the Jewish High Holidays through its kosher initiative. Plus: Through the end of September, the organization will deliver additional emergency food to its network of more than 30 kosher food pantries and soup kitchens. Nice. [Grub Street]

"Pop-Asian" restaurant King Noodle is now open for lunch, offering dishes like grilled miso corn with pickled burdock root, watercress, and egg, as well as vegetable fried rice with Spam. [Grub Street]

Tonight, Joe Ng and Ed Schoenfeld are opening RedFarm Steak, a pop-up restaurant in the newly refurbished lower-level space at 529 1/2 Hudson Street. It'll only be open for 28 days until the upstairs renovations at RedFarm are complete. [Grub Street]

Tickets are still available to see the Ethiopian rock bank JANO perform tonight at Ginnys Supper Club at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10. [Grub Street]