East Village Eats

Food & Drink recommendations straight from the East Village, New York City

Suckling Pig At Pig & Khao

From the inbox: What: Chef Leah Cohen of Pig & Khao kicks off Suckling Pig “Lechon” Dinners.  Serves 6-10 people (or more). Reservations must be made one week in advance via phone (212-920-4485) and a 50% deposit is required. The pig is brined for two days and then slow cooked before it is finished at […]

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BrisketTown

Hidden behind a unique wooden door lies what I can only describe as the Holy Grail of Meat.  Several weeks after my visit to Daniel Delaney’s pop-up BrisketLab (more on that awesome day here), they’ve opened their first brick & mortar location in Williamsburg.  We had pre-ordered 3lbs of meat, so we were guaranteed to […]

Food News

The East Village gets another porchetta option, via Local East Village. Zaitzeff closes on Avenue B, via EVGrieve. Vandaag calls in quits, via Eater. Full refund available for disgruntled Extra Mooga ticket buyers. Russ & Daughters is hiring. The Meatball Factory re-invents itself. link.

Totto Ramen

It’s no real secret that I’m a huge Ramen fan, but I don’t often venture far out of the East Village.  A few weeks ago, I was going to a show at Terminal 5, so it was the perfect opportunity to head uptown & check out Totto Ramen.  I’ve heard horror stories about massive lines […]

Sa Aming Nayon (Closed)

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m no expert in Filipino food, in fact, my visit to Maharlika last year was the only time I’ve ever tried the cuisine.  I had heard good things about the food there & was feeling adventurous had a coupon to use, so I decided to give Sa Aming Nayon […]

Kambi Ramen House Revisited

With the weather being so hellishly cold recently (don’t get me started on the snow), I thought it would be a good idea to take another look at Kambi Ramen House.  I know that Minca is much more centrally placed in the East Village & that the menus are basically the same, but Kambi does […]

Bobwhite Counter

I tend to keep my ears open about new restaurants whenever possible, so after the closure of Singa’s Famous Pizza a few months ago, I was hoping that something would quickly take it’s place.  It took 10 months, but now we have a new lunch & supper spot (brunch in the works) on Avenue C.  […]

Vinegar Hill House

Named after a small, largely unknown, area near DUMBO, Vinegar Hill House can be pretty hard to find.  It’s quite a walk from the York Street F stop, so I decided to take a cab.  Even my driver had a tough time finding the place.  Once I got there though, things got even more confusing as there’s no […]

The Brooklyn Star

I don’t travel to Brooklyn that much, but dinner at The Brooklyn Star with friends seemed too good to pass up. I was busy eating junk food at home when I got a text inviting me to dinner. Obviously, I had to look at the menu online first, but once I saw Fried Pig Tail, […]

FAB’s East Village Eats Tasting Tour Recap

Although being postponed for a few months & having to try to outdo the 2010 event, this year’s East Village Eats Tour run by Fourth Arts Block did not disappoint.  I realize that I’m a few weeks late, but I had such a great time that the memories & flavors are still fresh in my […]

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