66 Kenmare Street

‘Market Ipanema’ Shutters After 2 Years on Kenmare Street

Posted May 22, 2018 at 5:06 am

For Brazilian-based Market Ipanema, Kenmare Street was the stateside flagship restaurant. Not anymore. The international fast-casual eatery, which serves “healthy food with a Brazilian twist,” recently shut down after two years on the block. The 500 square-foot storefront is now vacant and on the market for $6,500. The stretch of Kenmare Street has a history […]

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Rio-Based ‘Market Ipanema’ Debuts Fast Casual Flagship on Kenmare Street

Posted May 17, 2016 at 5:12 am

Market Ipanema is the latest food purveyor to open shop along Kenmare Street the last few months. It follows in the footsteps of store mate Xi’an Famous Foods. Two-year-old Market Ipanema seized the space from Little Fox Cafe, whose tenure on the block was but a blip on the proverbial radar. The international fast-casual eatery […]

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Xi’an Famous Foods Opening on Kenmare Street Next Week

Posted February 19, 2016 at 5:10 am

Popular Flushing export Xi’an Famous Foods is ever so close to opening on Kenmare Street. As previously reported, the (western) Chinese restaurant will open a closet-sized outpost in the former home of Asiadog. The window signage posted back in December was later joined by the official canopy. Xi’an owner-operator Jason Wang tells us that the […]

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Xi’an Famous Foods Plots Little Italy Conquest with New Kenmare Street Location

Posted November 20, 2015 at 5:00 am

Write this down. The ten-year-old Xi’an Famous Foods empire is expanding its downtown presence. A new location is planned some four years after the East Broadway outpost shuttered. The popular, Flushing-based Chinese restaurant just announced its intentions for 66 Kenmare Street, an address that’s seen lots of action (i.e. commercial turnover) in the last year or so. […]

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Hot Dog Purveyors Asiadog Close Location on Kenmare Street

Posted March 9, 2015 at 5:00 am

In the melting pot of Little Italy, Asiadog was the perfect fit with its “Asian-inspired” hot dogs. Vendor veteran of all the top local food festivals, this grab-and-go joint became the company’s first permanent location back in 2010. For five years, it was a fairly popular option with the locals; “was” being the operative word. […]

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