Don't call it a comeback.
There's still your classic onion and garlic, too.
Nearly five months after the Second Avenue explosion, the East Village institution is serving potato pancakes once again.
The gas is on at the beloved East Village spot, which has been closed since March.
The owner of the East Village restaurant says he may finally be open again as early as next week.
The new owner explains how he plans to reopen the beloved sandwich shop.
Coming this fall, owner Denisse Lina Chavez will get a full bar, a trompo for spit-grilling, and may even make her own masa.
"I became more interested in making the best mushroom dish or what have you."
The original outpost got wrecked in the Second Avenue explosion.
The celebrated Tribeca tasting counter will remain a destination for high-caliber, nature-inspired cooking.
The restaurant reopens tonight.
The restaurant has a new spring menu, too.
Reservations for January go up for grabs beginning December 15.
David Chang has expanded to comparatively titanic premises off the Bowery.
It's dinner-only, has 40 seats, and they're going to butcher a saddle of venison right in front of you.
Plus: new menu items.
The celebration includes free glasses of sparkling wine tonight.
The restaurateur says he's got a location on Gansevoort Street.