Mmm... Enfes Opens Near Herald Square, Eagle Trading Company Comes to Greenpoint
Lauren Shockey Gul börek from Mmm... Enfes. Looks mmm-y.
Mmm...Enfes, the popular Turkish pastry shop that usually pops up at the Bryant Park and Columbus Circle Holiday Markets, can now be found permanently near Herald Square. Savory and sweet items include bourek and baklava. 70 W. 39th St.
Eagle Trading Company is Greenpoint's newest casual cafe. With offerings like a classic B.L.T., smoked ham, brie, and horseradish on a Balthazaar baguette, and Stone Street Coffee, the new spot on Eagle Street is meant to feel like it could plop down in any rural American town, reported Greenpointers. 258 Eagle St.
Murray Hill almost-fast-food joint Desi Shack will open two locations in 2013, according to the Post. The new spots have not been picked just yet but apparently the owners are looking for real estate in a few neighborhoods in Manhattan to house the Chipotle-esque Indian restaurants.
Juices with double-digit price tags leave many scratching their heads, but when you add booze to them, that's a different story. The LCL: Bar and Kitchen, the new dining option in the Westin New York Grand Central, gussies up their juices from Organic Avenue at night, and serves Stumptown coffee, and other snacks like deviled eggs and LaFreida burgers. 212 E. 42nd St.
Kobeyaki, the (also Chipotle-esque) Japanese restaurant in Chelsea, will open a second location in the Garment District. The new spot will span over 2,000 feet said the Commercial Observer, and even though the lease is for 15 years, there's no opening date just yet. 110 W. 40th St.