Sullivan Avenue opens a pop-up bakery within the East Village
Massive bread information out of the East Village this week: Jim Lahey, the chef behind Manhattan’s common Sullivan Avenue Bakery, quietly opened a 3rd outpost of the restaurant at 437 East Ninth Avenue, between Avenue A and First Avenue, on Friday. Like its sibling in Hell’s Kitchen, the brand new East Village outpost will provide a choice of house-made pastries, bread, and sandwiches. Three forms of focaccia can even make an look on the brand new menu, together with a sfincione slice adorned with rosemary, onion, potato, and zucchini.
The bakery is looking the brand new location a “pop-up” for now, however it could become permanent if all goes effectively, in response to native weblog EV Grieve. Sullivan Avenue Bakery is open within the East Village from Tuesday to Sunday, 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Within the greater than 25 years since Lahey opened Sullivan Avenue Bakery, the baker has been a trailblazer within the metropolis’s booming sourdough bread and artisan pizza scenes. He opened the primary outpost of Sullivan Avenue Bakery in Soho in 1994, which has since relocated to Hell’s Kitchen, and adopted up with a second location of the hit bakery in Chelsea in 2012. Lahey, a James Beard award-winning baker, is understood partly for his common no-knead overnight bread recipe within the New York Occasions, one of many publication’s most-read recipes.
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