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The Chef's Counter will offer 10+ courses of bacony goodness, plus a la cart breakfast and lunch options during the day.
We spoke with Tempest about the oddness of being "one of the few," the continued rise of sushi in NYC, and why feeling the fish is so important as both a chef and a diner.
Renowned sushi chef David Bouhadana is now serving a rapid-fire, twelve-course meal at his four-stool "restaurant" in Gansevoort Market. And it is delicious.
Chef David Bouhadana sets out on his own with a new four-seat restaurant, while his original Sushi On Jones gets a second location.
Doughnut Project, Big Gay Ice Cream, La Sonrisa and Ponti Rossi all have new homes, joining about a dozen others.
There's the old guard who combine the food court concept with both gourmet grocery stalls and fine dining restaurants; to the new wave, which are all about getting a quick meal.
The food court-esque space also boasts fancy coffee, sushi, crepes and a very beautiful sunlit seating area.
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