Posted July 2, 2018 at 5:00 am
No more Baohaus for the Bowery. One year later, entrepreneur Eddie Huang’s Bowery vision is not to be. Instead, the Starr Restaurant Group is throwing its hat in the ring. It was around this time last summer – July 2017 – that the chef and TV personality announced on Instagram the Chinatown expansion of his […]
Posted July 28, 2017 at 5:02 am
Eddie Huang is headed back downtown, reviving his Baohaus concept in Chinatown. The entrepreneur, also a TV personality behind Fresh off the Boat (ABC) and Huang’s World (Vice) announced the news via Instagram earlier this week. Huang chose 48 Bowery for the comeback, located inside the Chinatown Arcade. This second iteration of the Taiwanese restaurant seeks a […]
Posted July 16, 2015 at 5:00 am
The highly-visible corner of Spring Street and the Bowery received a total makeover last summer. It’s now glassified and ready for the big bucks. Not much has happened onsite since then, though. Aussie principals of The Liberty in midtown pitched a basement bar (“Miss Yu”) to Community Board 2, but the plans never materialized. All […]
Posted July 9, 2013 at 11:39 am
Nam Son is a longtime Chinatown standby at 245 Grand Street that serves up cheap, no-frills Vietnamese fare. Its name inspired a comical parody video.
Posted December 1, 2011 at 6:18 am
The internets are seemingly abuzz about The Layover, the new pilot series on the Travel Channel in which Anthony Bourdain spends 24 hours in various cities across the globe. Monday night was the premiere of episode number two, which features a look at New York City. The chef-host spends ample time visiting establishments on the […]
Posted November 29, 2011 at 6:28 am
Chef-host Anthony Bourdain’s newest show on the Travel Channel, The Layover, spent some of its second episode exploring the Lower East Side.
Posted December 13, 2010 at 6:18 am
The frequent job listings for Baohaus at 137 Rivington Street are becoming increasingly hilarious with each successive Craigslist post. Indeed, we’ve already seen attempts in the recent past to attract those with a love of Pyrex and Billy Jean. Chef restauranteur Eddie Huang sure knows how to entertain with his “help wanted” ads. To the […]
Last modified January 30, 2012 at 11:10 pm
[Photo Credit: Eater] Chef/restaurateur Eddie Huang sure knows how to generate buzz around his Xiao Ye venture at 198 Orchard Street. Last Friday, Huang announced a new weekly event called “Four Loko Thursdays,” an all-you-can-drink affair for $15. Only days later, the idea was scrapped after the Daily News informed him that the state bars […]