• Mochinut, 124 Second Ave. between Seventh Street and St. Mark's Place
The quickly expanding company known for its mochi doughnuts and Korean-style hot dogs is up and running (H/T Steven). This is location No. 31 for the California-born chain with 90 more U.S. outposts in the works.
You can find the menu here. Mochinut opens daily at noon with a 10 p.m. close; 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
• Little Rebel, 219 Second Ave. between 13th Street and 14th Street
The two-level bar-restaurant, run by hospitality vets Dermont Lynch and Jarek Krukow, features a bar and booths on the first floor with "a Victorian-style room with high ceilings, crown molding, chandeliers and balcony" upstairs that's currently open on weekends and for brunch
The concept-y drinks menu via Brooke Smith of the Dead Rabbit includes the Charlie's Angel — a rum, Cointreau combo "topped with 'Angel Dust' glitter."
You can find the food-drinks menu here. Little Rebel opens daily at 11 a.m. with a midnight close Sunday and Monday; 2 a.m. Tuesday through Thursday; and 4 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
That giant fug fontage really screams "Victorian-style." Be a big rebel; learn what words mean. PS. Angel dust? How droll!
Mochinut signage is super cute though. "More than just a donut"—that's hot 👻
Is Little Rebel supposed to be a classier sports bar? Need a good one with not too many drunk dbags to watch a game now that Finnertys in gone :-(
Mochinut is amazing. Might be one of the most interesting Instagram food trend in a long time. They call them doughnuts, but they are like fried little zeppole, so chewy and delicious!!
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