Bing Kitchen Reopens on Orchard Street After Flooding Incident

Posted on: September 14th, 2016 at 5:11 am by
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Lower East Side newcomer, Bing Kitchen, is back in business after flooding sidelined the business two weeks ago. The Jianbing outpost reportedly sustained water damage due to “flooding from the top floors.” They reopened on Orchard Street last Monday.

Bing Kitchen officially bowed at 71 Orchard Street in early June, having replaced The Cast after the rocker leather boutique moved across the street. The concept is the brainchild of Aaron Gallentine and chef-artist Clio Goodman, who previously operated the popular (now shuttered) Puddin’ NYC shop on St. Mark’s Place.

Jianbing is Chinese street fare that sorta resembles crepes. Apparently, such stands are “the ephemeral breakfast architecture of every Chinese city.”

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