A popular Japanese-influenced sandwich shop that hails from Los Angeles is doing a pop-up dinner at the cookware company Great Jones New York City office later this month. Konbi, known for its egg salad and pork katsu sandos, will be serving a pre-set menu of those two items, plus Japanese craft beer, pet-nat wine, yuzu soda, and more snacks, all for $40.
It goes down on May 30 from 7 p.m.
to 10 p.m.
at 39 East 20th St., on the sixth floor.
Tickets are $40 and can be purchased here.
The West Village gains a sunny all-day Italian cafe today, and more openings
Roey’s — the new all-day Italian cafe replacing what was once Rosemary’s Pizza — kicks open today in the West Village, bringing cacio e pepe egg sandwiches and roast chicken to the sun-filled space at 1 Perry St.
Meanwhile, Hamilton Heights is getting a restaurant from the author of anti-inflammatory-diet book “The Plan” Lyn-Genet Recitas. Her new restaurant Lyn-Genet’s Kitchen opens Saturday at 3473 Broadway, near 142nd Street, serving a lot of vegan and vegetarian meals like avocado fries and coconut broccoli soup, as well as Spanish wine.
Over 40 New York City restaurants, liquor stores, and markets are under fire for selling alcohol to minors. The businesses were identified during an undercover sting operation by the state Liquor Authority and law enforcement, which can lead to fines as high as $10,000.
Midtown seafood hotspot Oceana has brought back its lobster roll cart, with a menu offering Connecticut- and Maine-style hot and cold rolls ($19), lobster salad ($25), and ice cream sandwiches ($4). It’s set up outside the restaurant at 120 West 49th St.
, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. Acclaimed chef Bill Telepan — a champion of the farm-to-table movement — is also hosting his tasting menu series this month on Saturday, May 18, at 7:15 p.
See the menu below; reserve by calling (212) 759-5941.