Chili arrives at Shake Shack
Just in time for actually colder weather, Shake Shack is debuting limited-time chili on its cheeseburgers, hot dogs, and fries. It’s a slow-braised beef chili with ancho and chile de arbol peppers, and the three options are available at all standalone Shacks starting Monday, October 30 on the app and in stores on Thursday, November 2.
Neighbors really hate Hotel on Rivington
Hotel on Rivington, which houses Cafe Medi, S’zen Lounge, Juice Press, and Jia, has received a whopping 182 recorded 311 complaints since opening mid-2016. One neighbor claims she was forced to move after less than a year because of “the purported threat to health, livelihood, and overall quality of life,” Bowery Boogie reports. Police have notified the State Liquor Authority of the situation.
Omakase lunch starts at Sushi Nakazawa
Blowing open its doors at lunchtime is Sushi Nakazawa, the three-star omakase restaurant in the West Village. It starts Monday, November 6, with reservations opening up on Wednesday, October 25. It’s the same offerings as at dinner: $150 before tax and tip, but now available Monday through Saturday at 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Checking in with Marcus Samuelsson
In a meandering interview, Red Rooster chef-owner Marcus Samuelsson touches on many aspects of his life, from cooking at the White House to running the NYC marathon. There doesn’t seem to be a driving force behind the story, but it provides some context into Samuelsson’s life. Coming up, Samuelsson will open a restaurant in Newark, New Jersey.
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