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Mission Chinese Food doesn’t stand on ceremony. Because Mission Chinese Food — at least the one in the heart of Manhattan’s Lower East Side — doesn’t need to. When I was there with a friend recently, we put down our names for a table for two. It would be a five-hour wait, we were told. “Give us a cell number to call you.”
“It’s not Katz’s; you can’t recreate it — and I’m not going to try.” That’s Jake Dell, the owner of Katz’s, the deli icon that’s been slicing pastrami on the Lower East Side of Manhattan since 1888. But Dell is standing near a glowing red and white sign that, in the deli’s signature font, spells Katz’s — and this is Brooklyn; not the Lower East Side.
Fleet Week draws to a close today, but I got a souvenir at Yohah Shimmel Knish Bakery in the form of this photograph.
This Sunday, October 4th, New York City’s Lower East Side will be a pickle-lover’s paradise. Pickle Day 2015 will take place on Orchard Street, paying homage to the days when pickle shops thrived in the neighborhood.
The oldest family-owned matzo company in the United States, Streit’s Matzo, is in contract to sell its Lower East Side factory buildings for a reported $30.5 million. According to New York real estate blog The Real Deal, a deed was filed with the city May 11 confirming the sale of the 90-year-old buildings to Cogswell Realty, a midtown-based real estate firm.