Monday, June 25, 2018

The 411 on 886

The incoming Taiwanese restaurant at 26 St. Mark's Place between Second Avenue and Third Avenue called 886 opens on July 11 (pushed back from a spring opening).

Eater posted a mini preview the other day:

From the co-founder of the Tang nearby, 886 ... has more playful takes on traditional Taiwanese dishes. Three-cup chicken becomes three-cup glazed chicken wings, and a traditional “small sausage in large sausage,” or sticky rice-wrapped pork sausage, is renamed to “sausage party” and served with peanuts, cilantro, and cured duck yolk. Drinks focus on beer, wine and sake, with Brooklyn sake brewery Brooklyn Kura on tap.

The restaurant is named after Taiwan’s country code.

Previously on EV Grieve:
886, next-level Taiwanese food, in the works for 26 St. Mark's Place

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