By Amee Bhavsar

About Amee Bhavsar

Amee Bhavsar is the Sherlock Holmes of Nonsense and has recently hit guac-bottom. From tacos to affogatos to tartines, she can't stop won't stop thinking about all things delicious and attempts to recreate them in her kitchen. Amee currently works in Manhattan and is pursuing her masters in Media Studies.

Big Welcome to Vittles Cafe!

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Samantha Hew and Anthony Piliaskas believe in evolving spaces and snacks. From Bembe to 3 Roots, both have successfully sustained businesses while layering the neighborhood with innovative adaptations. Their newest collaboration, Vittles Cafe (94 Franklin St), is a vibrant testament to 9 years of friendship and belief that food should be positive and rooted in love and community.

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Nestled at Oak and Franklin, the treats – vittles – deliver scrumptious aromas and flavor. Vegans, omnivores, health nuts, and meat-ers will want to indulge in the mouthwatering menu and caffeine addicts will be delighted by the drinks list.  Highlights include Toby’s Estate espresso, egg & cheese on a biscuit, Australian hot milo, cornmeal rolls, Thai vegan banh mi, Barista’s specialty, kaya butter toast and potato curry puffs.
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Yooeating?! Food Pop-Up Serves Korean Soup Dumplings

Irene Yoo of Yooeating?! Korean Food Popup
Irene Yoo of Yooeating?! Korean Food Popup

The promise of steamy dumplings always justifies leaving my apartment in cold January. On Saturday, January 30th, I headed over to Reclamation Bar in Williamsburg where Irene Yoo hosted her latest Yooeating?! meal: Korean Jjigae Soup Dumplings!

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