Thursday, November 30, 2017
Turntable 5060 is now Tapanju Turntable, and it opens tomorrow
[Photo via @ArtisanMatters]
Last week we noted that Turntable 5060 was reopening on Dec. 1 after a months-long hiatus on Avenue B and Fourth Street.
Since then, a banner arrived announcing Tapanju with the Turntable logo. The restaurant's website simply offers: "Turntable 5060 in the East Village is now TAPANJU TURNTABLE." (And they are accepting reservations starting for tomorrow.) There isn't any mention of what the differences between Turntable 5060 and Tapanju Turntable might be.
Tapanju's hours will be:
Monday: 5-11 p.m.
Sunday: 2-11 p.m.
The restaurant serving Korean-style fried chicken and craft beers opened in July 2015. They closed for renovations at the end of July.
Posted by Grieve at 4:02 AM
Labels: Turntable Retro Bar & Restaurant
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Good food, good music, cold beer, and they do well at accommodating groups without reservations on weekends. Filled the Mono + Mono void, although surely there is room for the both of them, and hope Mono can return.
Failure failure failure no matter what you name it.
Bring back Kate's Joint!
Way to knock it before you even try it. Went last night and it was surprisingly good. at least give it a try before condemning it to failure.
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