Downtown Links (The “Poutine. Now!” Edition)

Pile of poutine from TPoutine on Ludlow Street, courtesy of Bionic Bites.

  • What better than poutine to finish off any lingering St. Patty’s day hangover? [Bionic Bites]
  • But be sure to take a moment of Irish silence to mourn the closing of the Blarney Stone on Fulton Street. [EV Grieve]
  • And then resume drinking at one of the fancy happy hours in Tribeca, Chinatown, or the FiDi. [TONY]
  • Can’t wait for happy hour? Evidently Jeremy’s Ale House is the place to get drunk as a sailor at South Street Seaport at midday. [TONY]
  • The food-packed Hester Street Fair doesn’t kick off until April 24th, but I am officially excited. [Fork in the Road]
  • The fine folks at Lunch with Front Studio give Tartinery on Mulberry Street a “Meh,” which is fine by me, because I don’t think I really could have gotten behind a place that imports its bread from France. [Lunch with Front Studio]
  • But Kathy over at Serious Eats is happy to get behind the skirt steak sandwich at the creatively named Beach Street Eatery on… wait for it… Beach Street. [Serious Eats]
  • And for dessert: The Village Tart in SoHo (not the village) looks like pure awesome. [Always Hungry]


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