231 Eldridge Street
Posted September 13, 2017 at 5:02 am
In the two years since its inauspicious debut, Spaghetti Incident – an homage to the Guns N Roses covers album of same – has garnered quite the fan following on Eldridge Street. It’s seemingly as beloved as its predecessor here, Family Recipe. Now the forty-seat restaurant is ready to expand, and not too far away, […]
Posted May 20, 2015 at 5:12 am
Call Axl Rose; the Spaghetti Incident is just days from happening at 231 Eldridge Street. We are told that the newcomer – in the works since November – opens to the public this weekend after a short period of friends-and-family gatherings. Emanuele Attala, the chef-owner of Malatesta and its sister restaurant Malaparte, just joined forces […]
Posted May 1, 2015 at 5:15 am
The principal behind a pair of popular West Village restaurants will soon open more of the same east of the Bowery. Emanuele Attala, the chef-owner of Malatesta and its sister restaurant Malaparte, just joined forces with Ettore Pardossi and Giovanni Gentile to open the Spaghetti Incident at 231 Eldridge Street. Build-out has been underway since November, when […]
Posted November 10, 2014 at 5:21 am
Family Recipe had been a critics’ darling ever since it bowed at 231 Eldridge Street back in 2011. Unfortunately, this love didn’t convert well enough into coinage, and Akiko Turnauer pulled the plug on the restaurant this past June. Well, residents worried about the possible replacement endeavor may offer a sigh of relief this morning. It appears […]
Posted June 17, 2014 at 6:12 am
Family Recipe was a critics’ favorite ever since opening at 231 Eldridge Street nearly three years ago. But apparently the Japanese cafe wasn’t appreciated enough, and is now throwing in the towel. Chef-owner Akiko Turnauer took to Twitter this past weekend to announce next Sunday as the last day of service. The tweet message to […]
Last modified August 30, 2013 at 1:12 pm
Sometimes eggs get boring.
Last modified June 16, 2011 at 9:49 pm
Will the mood on Eldridge Street change from rowdy to foodie? Two new restaurant spaces may change the current atmosphere on the block below Houston Street.