Police will confiscate doughnuts and eat them right in front of vendors.
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Deep-fried poshness hits Lexington Avenue today.
The L.A. Times critic feels the Silverton-Batali food is identical to the original, but that the room has been stripped of its soul.
The space is ready and inspections passed, with a grand-opening planned for next week to fill the Westside's new churro void.
The churro chain appeared half-dead after closing in Santa Monica, but plans a worldwide expansion.
It might be a project from Venezuelan actor Sandro Finoglio.
That's right, there's a churro stand in Staten Island.
Plus: the best bar neighborhood, and non-Boston cravings, all in our weekly message board roundup.
The Doughnut Plant has added churros to the menu.