The East Village now has a Trader Joe’s
Cult-favorite grocery store Trader Joe’s has added its eighth Manhattan location to the East Village. The store is officially open at 436 East 14th Street, near Avenue A — just a little more than two avenues away from the other 14th Street location, the first in New York City. This new location has extra-wide aisles, over 180 wall drawings from local illustrator Peter Arkle, and all the prepared and frozen foods Trader Joe’s is known for.
Openings of this supermarket tend to draw long lines in NYC, with past openings featuring a mariachi band. Other Manhattan locations include Chelsea, the Upper West Side, and Murray Hill.
In other news
— Popular Xinjiang East Village restaurant Jiang Diner has added a new, larger location at 104 Second Avenue.
— New York magazine critic Adam Platt thinks Nami Nori serves “cheap, delicious” sushi for millennials.
— Since September, at least 22 e-bikes have been stolen from delivery workers by the same two men, who are still at large, police say.
— Acclaimed Dallas chef Misti Norris is hosting a pig butchering class this Friday.
— Hash browns, anyone?
at a party for jaya’s family and my dad has picked up a potato pakora and is exclaiming “EVERY CULTURE HAS A LATKE” love to see cultural exchange— matt lubchansky (@Lubchansky) January 5, 2020
Correction: January 9, 2020, 11:11 a.m. This article was corrected to show that Jiang Diner has added a second location, not moved to a new one.