On the Lower East Side, Fung Tu creates eclectic and unique Chinese food and drink pairings.
Sure there are some boozy options, but that’s not all that our writers and editors are drinking around the city.
The pop-up will feature expanded offerings that range from slow-roasted lamb shoulder taco with tzatziki and eggplant salsa to churros made with paratha.
Catsick tourists, cat adoption hopefuls and petless cat lovers alike can now enjoy no-strings-attached kitty time in the Lower East Side.
Sometimes, and often in December, we just want doughnuts — especially if they’re from the Fat Radish.
We talked to the bakers extraordinaires of Prohibition Bakery about how to bake with spirits.
Bottles are limited, so be sure to find yours before it’s too late.
The dish — which contains no grits, and no recognizable shrimp — is an exercise in imagination.
You may get to know Kevin Heald by the jaunty fedoras he sports, but you’ll get to love him for the jam-packed, American-focused beer and cheese he sells in his aptly named Lower East Side shop, Malt & Mold.
While its bialy and its name can be found in stores all over town, Marc Halprin has worked furiously to make good on the bakery’s reputation by perfecting the qualities of this simple, onion-topped roll.
Top Hops, a beautifully modern bar and market, has opened on Orchard Street.
Andrés Fabre learned the shaved ice trade from his father, who pushed his own cart on the Lower East Side for 18 years.