Thursday, November 2, 2017

Ho Foods coming to 7th Street



Ho Foods, a Taiwan beef noodle soup pop up, is opening a full-time restaurant at 110 E. Seventh St. between Avenue A and First Avenue.

Applicant Richard Ho is on CB3's November SLA commitee agenda for a beer-wine license. This item will not be heard before the committee on Nov. 15, per paperwork on file at the CB3 website.

Ho started his career at Blue Ribbon, where he advanced from waiter to GM of the Columbus Circle location during eight years there. He moved on to pursue his passion for cooking with Ho Foods (per this article).

Ho Foods has taken part in one-night-only events such as the first Dragon Boat Festival back in May with Nom Wah Nolita, among other restaurants.

The smallish Seventh Street space was home to Porchetta until last November.

Meanwhile, you can see some of the Ho Foods menu items via their Instagram account...



10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hmm, how many noodle places can this neighborhood support?

Anonymous said...

Probably as many as coffee places...

Cosmo said...

Noodles are the new fro-yo. Bets on what's next? I'm going with raw cookie dough in a hoof.

Anonymous said...

Exepect this to be a cabaret once the get their liquor license.

Anonymous said...

I am sorry, but no more fucking ramen destinations. There is plenty in the EV and beyond.

Anonymous said...

Taiwanese Beef noodle soup is not ramen. You are a moron.

Anonymous said...

Came here to find the right, edgy yet witty joke referencing sex workers vs the giant grocery chain recently purchased by Amazon - & the similar sounding name of this business. Leaving disappointed in y’all (& myself.)

Eden Bee said...

F this place! I only eat at GelARTo! Oh wait they got shut down today by the health dept.
WHERE WILL I GET MY GELART??

Anonymous said...

Sodium City.

Anonymous said...

i've been to one of the pop up's rich has done.
honestly, i believe this was the best bowl of beef noodle i've ever had.

can't wait for this to open!