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Greenpoint Pizzeria Paulie Gee’s Is Hosting a Jewish-American Deli For the Next Two Months

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Plus, Time Out will no longer be publishing its accessible print guides to New York City — and more intel

An everything bagel stuffed with bacon, egg, and a cheese latke, sits on a plate on a wooden counter
The BECL at Edith’s

Paulie Gee’s wood-fired oven will now be used to make hand-twisted bagels

One of New York City’s best pizzerias is now teaming up with a restaurant that could rank among Brooklyn’s best Jewish delis. Starting today, Paulie Gee’s will be hosting Edith’s, a pop-up that pays homage to the city’s classic Jewish delis and more modern Jewish-American fare. The wood-fired oven responsible for Paulie Gee’s popular sourdough pies will now be used to make hand-twisted bagels and challah knots, along with more contemporary inventions, like a bacon, egg, and cheese latke sandwich and a Paulie Gee’s pizza bagel. House-smoked fish, half-dozen bagels, and pints of cream cheese are also available for takeout.

The new pop-up will be open through October and is a collaboration between Elyssa Heller, who has managed supply chain operations for brands like Milk Bar and Dylan’s Candy Bar, and chef Caroline Schiff, who leads pastry at Brooklyn’s historic Gage and Tollner restaurant. In part, Edith’s pays tribute to the Jewish-American women who came before them. The pop-up itself is named for Heller’s great aunt, who ran a Jewish deli in Brooklyn in the 1950s, while the latke stuffed into Edith’s BECL is made using a recipe from from Schiff’s grandmother. Edith’s bagels, latkes, and other Jewish-American fare are now available from Paulie Gee’s in Greenpoint, located at 60 Greenpoint Avenue, between Franklin and West Streets. The pop-up is open Thursday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

In other news

Time Out New York, the accessible print guide to food and entertainment in the city, is no more. Before the pandemic, Time Out published print editions in 40 cities, but yesterday Time Out Group CEO Julio Bruno announced that it would end operations in all but three: London, Madrid, and Barcelona.

— A new group of “concerned citizens” called One4AllNYC is urging New Yorkers to order from local restaurants as often as possible to support them until more state or federal aid becomes available, according to a spokesperson for the organization.

— Bamboo Garden, one of Sunset Park’s largest dim sum restaurants, has reopened for takeout and delivery. Dim sum and barbecue meats are all that’s on deck for now, but keep an eye on the restaurant’s Instagram page for future menu updates.

— Chelsea newcomer Portale is back this week as well, with outdoor dining available from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. The restaurant’s takeout and delivery programs will be available starting Monday, August 17.

— Cobble Hill’s new “ramen diner” Karazishi Botan will now be offering brunch from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Sundays.

— The State Liquor Authority has suspended the licenses of three more bars in the East Village, including the Hairy Lemon, Cloister Cafe, and the Wayland.

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