New Culinary Delights in New York City


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Check out these exciting new dining spots in New York City:

Cha Cha Tang

Experience a taste of Hong Kong at Cha Cha Tang, a pop-up diner opening on Mother’s Day, May 12. This unique establishment offers a fusion of flavors with dishes like Cantonese roast duck sandwich, macaroni soup with fried Spam, and Cantonese French toast with taro cream. The culinary masterminds behind this venture are Wilson Tang and John McDonald. Operating only on Sundays and Mondays until early June, it’s a must-visit for food enthusiasts. Location: 257 Avenue of the Americas (Downing Street), Contact: 212-645-0193, Website:

Piccola Cucina Casa

Embark on a culinary journey to Sicily at Piccola Cucina Casa. This rustic restaurant showcases authentic Sicilian cuisine with a touch of Pugliese influence. Owned by Philip Guardione, the menu features a selection of 150 Sicilian wines to complement the flavors. If you’re looking for a unique stay, the restaurant’s Brooklyn brownstone offers guesthouse suites for monthly rental starting at $4,500. Opening: Wednesday, Location: 141 Nevins Street (Bergen Street), Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, Contact: 646-781-9183, Website:

Kin Gin

Delight your taste buds with contemporary izakaya fare at Kin Gin. This Japanese restaurant serves innovative dishes like scallop crudo with tomato water, fried pig’s ears with Kewpie mayo, and grilled dry-aged whole mackerel with miso mayo. Renowned chef Tony Inn, with experience at Masa and Morimoto, crafts these culinary creations. The upscale dining environment exudes luxury, promising a memorable dining experience. Stay tuned for the opening of the sushi and cocktail lounge, Golden Guy, upstairs this summer. Opening: Thursday, Location: 107 Rivington Street (Ludlow Street), Contact: 646-253-6799, Website:

The Onion Tree Pizza Company: Explore unique pizza creations at The Onion Tree Pizza Company, where flavors from different cuisines meet on a crust. From classic margherita to adventurous chicken tikka masala and saag paneer, the menu offers a diverse range of options. Owned by Jay and Raquel Jadeja, this establishment serves both Neapolitan and Roman-style pizzas along with Indian-inspired items like tamarind-spiced wings. Location: 214 First Avenue (13th Street), Contact: 646-809-3266, Website:

Burmese Bites: Indulge in the flavors of Burma at Burmese Bites, a culinary gem founded by Myo Lin Thway and Rebecca Nant. This establishment offers a delightful array of Burmese dishes that will tantalize your taste buds. Location and contact information undisclosed.

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