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Paladar Under New Ownership; Get Beef Seven Way at An Choi

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LOWER EAST SIDE—Sources reveal that Food Network star Aaron Sanchez has sold his interest in his 10 year-old Lower East Side Mexican spot Paladar. The new management is closing the restaurant down tonight but will reopen with the same name and concept tomorrow. Changes could be in store in the next couple of months. [EaterWire]

LOWER EAST SIDE— Don't have the money or the patience for Ma Peche's beef seven ways? LES Vietnamese spot An Choi is jumping on the bandwagon and serving one too. Since they use different ingredients, it only runs $25 a head. [GS]

MADISON SQ. PARK—The Frankie cart that is stationed outside of Danny Meyer restaurant Tabla during the warmer months has debuted for the 2010 season. [AH]

PARK SLOPE— Brownstoner reports that Martin O'Connell, who used to run the coffee shop Cafe Regular in Park Slope with his sister and brother until a dispute split up the clan, just opened a coffee shop of his own Cafe Martin. [Brownstoner]
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Paladar

161 Ludlow St., New York, NY

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