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Senor Tacombi Finds a Space, Shang's Sushi


NOLITA— An Elizabeth Street tipster reports that the Senor Tacombi truck, a Mexican food truck that has made appearances here and there, is now parked in a vacant space at 267 Elizabeth, recently home to the pop up Gizmodo gallery. It's unclear when or if the owner Dario Wolos Cantu and his partner Aaron Sanchez will be permanently selling tacos out of the space, but they have some events coming up this month. [EaterWire]

LOWER EAST SIDE— Susur Lee has launched his aforementioned sushi and dim sum menus at his Chinese restaurant Shang. They have everything from $13 dragon rolls to $9 California rolls and $21 sushi plates. See the full menu here. [EaterWire]

MADONNALAND— Weirdly, Madonna has never had a slice of New York style pizza. She had one for the first time—kind of since it had no cheese—last night on David Letterman. [Daily Intel]

TRIBECA— Dining section editor Pete Wells remembers Chanterelle fondly and mourns the city's loss: "It’s one thing to hear that the recession has done in some old, historic stalwart like Café des Artistes. But Chanterelle belongs to a more recent era, and one of the changes it helped bring about, fine dining’s migration below 14th Street, continues to define the contemporary restaurant scene. In this sense, Chanterelle was the forerunner of Momofuku Ko and other downtown settings for uptown food." [Diner's Journal]

Senor Tacombi

267 Elizabeth Street, NY, NY