Canal Street Market is open again after shutting down in late December due to the pandemic. The Food Hall and Shops are now open from 11am to 6 pm. Food vendors include Joe's Steam Rice Roll, Boba Guys and Mission Ceviche. 265 Canal St, New York, NY
Another pop-up is popping up. This time at Red Paper Clip in the West Village. Sanguine, which stands for optimism and positivity, will be offering a 5-course tasting starting on March 7th. Chef Monique Cardavona's new concept Mama Guava will celebrate Hawiaiian and Filipino flavors for one night. Reservations via resy.com or RPCNYC.com. 120 Christopher St, New York, NY (646) 596-7476
Photo: Market Line
Chapter 5 of Waroeng's pop-up series at The Market Line on the Lower East Side will feature classic Jimbaran dishes including grilled prawns marinated with Balinese sambal, griilled pompano with Indonesian aromatics, black pepper squid and chili clams. The menu which feeds 2 is available from 11am to 10pm on Saturday March 20th. 115 Delancey St, New York, NY
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Nakaji, which opened right as the pandemic hit and later shut down, recently reopened for indoor dining. Kunihide “Nakaji” Nakajima, formerly of Sushiden and Michelin-starred Sushi Inoue, is known for his seasonal omakase menus. At the moment, he is extending a special anniversary menu honoring 3 generations of the Nakajima family through March 5th with imited availability. 48 Bowery, Nerw York, NY (646) 478-8282
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