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Exceedingly Popular Greenpoint Pop-Up Edith’s Is Here to Stay

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Plus, Nomad’s upscale cocktail bar Patent Pending has an expanded indoor space — and more intel

An everything bagel stuffed with bacon, egg, and a cheese latke, sits on a plate on a wooden counter
Edith’s is staying on at Paulie Gee’s indefinitely

Hit Greenpoint pop-up Edith’s will continue indefinitely

The exceedingly popular Greenpoint pop-up Edith’s, which has been serving top-notch bagel sandwiches from inside neighborhood pizzeria Paulie Gee’s, has now been extended indefinitely, a spokesperson for the restaurant tells Eater.

Led by Elyssa Heller, who previously managed supply chain operations at places like Milk Bar and Dylan’s Candy Bar, the pop-up debuted in August. Meant to pay homage to the city’s classic Jewish delis, the Jewish-American fare at Edith’s includes bacon, egg, and cheese latke sandwiches, and a Paulie Gee’s pizza bagel, along with half a dozen kinds of bagels and cream cheese available as well. The pop-up was an instant hit with locals, and continues to sell out of its popular items regularly.

Edith’s was initially set to end this month, but has now been extended for the foreseeable future. Starting October 8, the pop-up will also be serving a fish bahn mi, as part of a collaboration with Greenpoint Vietnamese favorite Di An Di.

In other news

— The hard seltzer craze is getting an exciting new entry today in the form of Lunar, an Asian-American-owned brand with flavors like yuzu, wintermelon, guava, and lychee. Lunar is available for local delivery through TapRm.

— Upscale Nomad cocktail bar Patent Pending has added an extension at the back of the establishment called the Lab. The indoor space will operate separate from the main cocktail bar, but will serve many Patent Pending favorites.

— Upper East Side French restaurant Cafe d’Alsace is celebrating the life of famed French chef and restaurateur Pierre Troisgros who died last month, with a special menu that will run through the month of October.

— East Village restaurants Tocqueville and 15 East are merging into one, a pandemic pivot from owner Marco Moreira to keep the businesses afloat.

— Following a successful pop-up this spring, Brooklyn-based vegan cold cuts purveyor Louie’s Luncheonette is now delivering its ham, turkey, and other goods citywide.

Times critic Pete Wells finds Williamsburg newcomer Kokomo to be “the pandemic’s best scene restaurant.”

— Justine Pringle, the founder of chocolate brand Nunu, debuts a new online shop today called North South Confections. There are plans to open a retail store in NYC for the creamy fruit and caramel center chocolates later down the road.

— Many of the vendors at Lower East Side’s the Market Line will now be able to sell many of their grocery-like items at a mini-market within the space.

— Tribeca Indian restaurant Paisley, which opened in July with a limited menu after a months-long closure due to the pandemic, has now fully reopened with outdoor dining, limited indoor dining, and a revamped menu.

— Hell yes:

UPDATE 10/8/20: Caroline Schiff is no longer involved with the Edith’s pop-up.

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