Alias Celebrates 10 Years on Clinton Street with Past Chefs

Posted on: February 22nd, 2012 at 6:09 am by

Next month, Alias Restaurant at 76 Clinton Street turns ten years old. To celebrate this last decade on the Lower East Side, the eatery is inviting former chefs back into the kitchen to prepare some of their favorite Alias dishes. Moreover, management is also planning to unveil a new mural on the building facade by a “local celebrity” (Chico?).

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Below is the press info taken from the official website:

This March Alias is ten years young! We’re paying homage to the past and looking forward as we celebrate 10 years of serving up fresh friendly neighborhood dining. We have invited past chefs back into the kitchen to reprise their favorite Alias dishes. We will be unveiling a new menu layout and a new facade mural.

The week of festivities kicks off March 12 with Mark Barrett, who oversaw the kitchen between 2007 and 2009. Check out the full schedule here:

Alias 10 Year Anniversary Schedule

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