Da Falafel Guys

Bengali Street Eats Opens in the Falafel Guys Spot on Rivington Street

Posted October 25, 2019 at 5:05 am

The illuminated sign hanging above the raised grate is a misnomer. The Falafel Guys did not return, but its Rivington Street space is active anew. A new entity called Bengali Street Eats picks up where the predecessor left off. The tiny storefront at 157 Rivington retained the same setup and many of the same menu […]

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Da Falafel Guys Folds After 2 Years on Rivington Street

Posted July 29, 2019 at 5:00 am

Da Falafel Guys are down for the count. Much like its Rivington Street predecessor. The fast-casual eatery at 157 Rivington Street hasn’t been open the last couple weeks, and the space is now stocked with junk. Calls to the Halal falafel joint are answered only by the token operator stating that the number is no […]

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Clayton’s Corner: Rivington’s Falafel Guys Fighting City to Survive

Posted May 22, 2017 at 10:09 am

I understand many people believe New York City is a nicer, safer place now that international corporate capitalism has homogenized, standardized, and washed away so much of what made it edgy. They applaud such sentiments on the Lower East Side, where drugs and crime have largely been eliminated from public view. I am not one […]

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‘Da Falafel Guys’ Coming to Rivington Street, Forged from the Remains of the Falafel Shop

Posted March 24, 2017 at 5:09 am

The retail reanimation of 127 Rivington Street includes a bizarro version of its former self. Seven months later, no longer known as the Falafel Shop, the tiny store is now home to something called Da Falafel Guys. The signage and offering are nearly identical to the predecessor, but it’s under different ownership. Da Falafel Guys […]

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