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Nom Wah's Pop-Up Space; Latkes at Kutsher's Tribeca

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LOWER EAST SIDE ? Nom Wah Tea Parlor owner Wilson Tang is branching out with a new collaboration with Jonathan Daou of OpenHouse. The two are partnering on a new pop-up space at 169 Bowery that will be a gallery, kitchen, and food space. Tang tells Grub Street he hopes to have the space available to chefs for pop-ups and test kitchens by January. There should be a café open by Christmas. [GS]

TRIBECA ? El Chod's Jewish restaurant Kutsher's Tribeca is bringing back its Hanukah celebration, the Eight Nights of Latkes. Every night between December 8 and December 15, the restaurant will feature a different special latke preparation, like the pastrami smoked duck, pear butter, and sour cherry latkes on December 8 and pastrami reuben latkes on December 13. [EaterWire]

HELL'S KITCHEN ? The Ninth Avenue Italian restaurant Terrazza Toscana has shuttered, with a new location of the gay sports bar Boxers moving in. This is just a few blocks from the last Hell's Kitchen location eyed by the bar. This location will be a three floor project, including the rooftop. [DNAinfo]

COCKTAIL WEEK ? Eater National put together a map of the 38 essential cocktail bars across the US, covering all the cocktail greatness from coast to coast. Representing New York are Milk & Honey, Booker & Dax, The NoMad, and a couple of others. Head over to National for the full map. [Eater National]

NoMad Restaurant

1170 Broadway, New York, NY 10001 212 796 1500

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