Plus: Nick & Toni's new deal, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Here's how to support the vendors who were sent home.
The second time's a charm.
"I was on my way out, but Claire Danes and Lena Dunham walked in, so I stayed. Who wouldn't?!"
The after-parties are bound to be epic.
Plus: Joe's Bar to return in EV; Momofuku unveils new flavors.
That food-music fest we told you about is starting to sound epic.
Plus: 151 Rivington gets a makeover up and down; Daniel Boulud makes a hog for you; get your dream foodie job.
But as a consolation prize, he's adding beef noodle soup and soup dumplings at the East Village location.
Eddie Huang is back to doing what he does best: stuffing buns.
"You're going to have another meal in a couple hours or the next day anyway, so why not try something that might be revolting?"
He still hasn't learned to keep his mouth shut.
"I could come up with some great names for them... Name it after William Hung... he's from the Bay Area! He bangs!"
Chairman Bao buns by Eddie Huang will go head to head with Chairman Bao's buns at the Eat Real Fest.
Eddie Huang, owner of NYC's Baohaus, is promising at some point in the near future to stage a throwdown with S.F. upstarts, the Chairman Bao truck. They may not be owned by Charlie Trotter, but they have still, in Huang's...
And more new vendors at the outdoor emporium.