Chefs Club Counter

Dumbo’s ‘Matchaful’ Expands to SoHo with Chefs Counter Presence

Posted October 9, 2018 at 5:03 am

Several years ago, we remarked how the midsection of Lafayette Street had become a so-called “Latte Lane,” given the number of coffee shops along the corridor. Now it seems like tea is gaining ground. That of the Matcha variety. Cha Cha Matcha near the corner of East Houston now has company just a few blocks south. […]

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Eggslut’s Alvin Cailan Launches ‘The Usual’ at the Nolitan on July 13

Posted July 2, 2018 at 5:04 am

For the Nolitan Hotel on Kenmare Street, the usual has been a ground floor bereft of activity. Several dining concepts tossed the dice here over the years, yet none succeeded. Next at the plate is Eggslut founder Alvin Cailan, who is opening a standalone restaurant here in two weeks. Dubbed The Usual, this new eatery focuses […]

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‘Oddfellows’ Readies New Ice Cream Shop Beside the Chefs Club Counter on Lafayette Street

Last modified June 20, 2017 at 9:32 am

The division is quite clear, both in exterior color scheme and interior layout. Makes sense, though, as the new Chefs Club Counter spinoff will soon welcome a dessert option into the fold. Word on the street is that Oddfellows is opening a new ice creamery here. Workers were recently spotted readying the adjacent space, painting […]

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Chef’s Club Opening Fast-Casual ‘Counter’ Space Tomorrow with Eggslut Residency

Posted March 30, 2017 at 5:15 am

The Chefs Club – the revolving chefs restaurant in the base of the Puck Building – is one day from introducing its new high-end, fast-casual dining concept across the street. Chefs Club Counter debuts tomorrow and features a residency with LA-based Eggslut. This “Counter” extension is pitched as a more “approachable” version of the original, where […]

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Chefs Club Brings its Fast Casual ‘Counter’ to Former Spring Natural Space

Posted October 31, 2016 at 5:16 am

When Spring Street Natural was forced from its namesake street last year, the subsequent rent hike was essentially an admission that the next tenant would be something more bougie. We learned at the time of their departure from 62 Spring – back in late 2015 – that founding owner-operator Rus Schoenholt faced an expiring lease with a […]

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