New vendors include En Japanese Brasserie and Scarr's Pizza.
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Plus, spaghetti pomodoro and brown-butter trout.
Camille Becerra's signature Dragon Bowl — plus some.
There's mustard-spiked bechamel and a crust that tastes like an everything bagel, too.
The chef will run food operations at Ian Schrager's new Public Hotel.
The coffee shop serves made-to-order toasts, baked eggs, and salads.
Pegu Club alum Giuseppe Gonalez's Suffolk Arms is ready to go on the Lower East Side.
It's served at Kopitiam, a tiny café on Canal Street.
Noodle legend Shigetoshi "Jack" Nakamura is back in the kitchen and serving his trademark yuzu dashi.
Boba Guys, now open on the Lower East Side, prides itself on using all-natural ingredients.
It debuts tomorrow morning.
There's yuzu shoyu ramen, spicy miso ramen, Japanese-style chicken wings, and more.
"I'm going to forget it, go to work, find whatever I can find, and that'll be the end of it."
Like borscht with raw cream and trout roe.
The Pegu Club vet discusses his new bar, the differences between Japanese and American bartending styles, and why he sees himself as the Manny Pacquiao of the mixology world.
The overachiever learned the craft in Italy.
Kenta Goto will open Bar Goto with a distinct focus on Japanese-influenced cocktails and an entire menu section devoted to okonomiyaki.
Streit's was a neighborhood fixture for 90 years.
Slurp tonkotsu while you salsa.