Prosperity Dumpling Now Open at 69 Clinton

Posted on: April 12th, 2011 at 6:39 am by

It is well-known among foodies that Prosperity Dumpling cooks up some of the best dumplings on the Lower East Side.  Their options are definitely most favorable to Vanessa’s just a couple blocks north.  The only hangup is the lack of proper dining space.  But that’s not really an issue anymore, as there’s now another alternative.

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Thanks to a second outpost further north at 69 Clinton Street, the quandary of cramped quarters has been (partially) resolved.  C & C Prosperity Dumpling officially opened for business Sunday afternoon, and offers barstool seating for roughly eight eat-in customers.  Plus, more ample legroom.  Many in the immediate vicinity are quite ecstatic, like one Yelper who noted:

Basically the same as the Eldridge haunt, except it’s *new* *clean* *shiny* *not sticky* and doesn’t reek of stale oil. The walls are a lovely aqua. There are about 8 stools for those who wish to “dine in.” Same delicious food. Same cheap prices.”

Prosperity on Clinton is open until 10 pm daily.  For now.

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