Danny Bowien’s Mission Chinese Food is coming to New York City on Tuesday. Like the San Francisco original, charity is central to the restaurant. According to Diner’s Journal: “A donation of 75 cents from each of 19 entrees will be made to the Food Bank fo’r New York City.” [Diner’s Journal]
Gramercy Hotel’s new rooftop cafe has opened with a completely revamped menu. [Tasting Table]
Grey Lady at 77 Delancy soft-opened this weekend with a limited menu. The grand opening won’t be until June 1st. [Bowery Boogie]
Demi Monde, which opened on Friday, features food from chef Phillip Kirschen-Clark, formerly of Vandaag. [NYTimes]
DOMA na rohu soft-opened a couple of weeks ago at the corner of Morton Street and Seventh Avenue. They’re now gearing up for their grand opening. The name Doma na rohu means “at home on the corner,” in Czech.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on May 21, 2012