Monday, April 20, 2015

From pudding to macaroni at 102 St. Mark's Place



The coming soon sign is up for the new food shop at 102 St. Mark's Place — New York Macaroni Co.



We didn't spot anything online just yet about New York Macaroni Co.

The previous tenant here between Avenue A and First Avenue, Puddin', never reopened after the city found them operating with an expired food service establishment permit late last November.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Oh fudge, Puddin' popped for incomplete paperwork

Bittersweet: Puddin' NYC won't be reopening after all on St Mark's Place

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was hoping for another Mexican restaurant...

Gojira said...

I'd be thrilled if they sold Italian groceries, a la Russo's, Di Palo or Alleva. If it's just a macaroni version of S'mac, well, it's much much better than a bar. And Anon. 7:46, I'll keep my fingers crossed that someday, somewhere in the East Village, someone opens that Mexican joint you crave!

Anonymous said...

Great. Just what we all need before summer. Carbs and cheese. There goes healthy eating.

equilibrist said...

I miss butterscotch pudding.

Anonymous said...

Aww geeze. Just kill me.
barf.

Anonymous said...

Pudding and mac & cheese--quite alike when you think about it. On a molecular level at least. Both consist of wheat flour particles, suspended in a dairy-based colloid substance. Culturally, too--both are foods that are favored primarily by infantile humans. So I'm gonna call this one a wash, no net gain or loss!