Hit Greenpoint pop-up Edith’s will proceed indefinitely
The exceedingly common Greenpoint pop-up Edith’s, which has been serving top-notch bagel sandwiches from inside neighborhood pizzeria Paulie Gee’s, has now been prolonged indefinitely, a spokesperson for the restaurant tells Eater.
A collaboration between Elyssa Heller, who beforehand managed provide chain operations at locations like Milk Bar and Dylan’s Sweet Bar, and Gage and Tollner pastry chef Caroline Schiff, the pop-up debuted in August. Meant to pay homage to the town’s traditional Jewish delis, the Jewish-American fare at Edith’s contains bacon, egg, and cheese latke sandwiches, and a Paulie Gee’s pizza bagel, together with half a dozen sorts of bagels and cream cheese out there as effectively. The pop-up was an instantaneous hit with locals, and continues to promote out of its common gadgets commonly.
Edith’s was initially set to finish this month, however has now been prolonged for the foreseeable future. Beginning October 8, the pop-up may also be serving a fish bahn mi, as a part of a collaboration with Greenpoint Vietnamese favourite Di An Di.
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