This is NOT 120 1/2 or 120A. This is 120 ONLY.Thanks to Steven for the photo...
Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Thursday, December 23, 2021
As previously noted, Raíz is a plant-based, fast-casual restaurant that will feature burritos, tacos, salads and bowls.
No word on an opening date just yet.
Thanks to Steven for the photo!
Monday, November 8, 2021
This appears to be the first outpost for the restaurant. Here's more about them via a LinkedIn profile:
Plant-forward restaurant — featuring burritos, tacos, salads and bowls for health-conscious consumers, served in a ... friendly fast-casual setting.The @TradedNY account announced the lease signing the other day.
The last tenant here, Chef Hans Asian Kitchen, closed after just a few weeks in business.
Thanks to Steven for the photo and Upper West Sider for the tip!
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
Chef Hans Asian Kitchen has apparently closed after just a few weeks in business at 120 First Ave. between Seventh Street and St. Mark's Place.
The quick-serve restaurant, offering a variety of noodle dishes and appetizers, had its soft opening on May 4. By May 26, they had updated the menu.
And now, someone has removed the Chef Hans signage and emptied out the interior ... and the space is for rent once again... (thanks to Steven for the photos)...
Anyone out there try Chef Hans? The restaurant's Instagram account and Yelp page were awfully lonely.
In April, signage for Chef Hans arrived here ... this was after a March report @TradedNY account noting that Jian Bing Man, which specializes in Chinese crêpes, signed a lease for the storefront.
The previous tenant here, Doma Food and Drinks, a Korean bistro, didn't have much of a chance, opening in February 2020 — about six weeks before the PAUSE ... this was a new concept from the owners of the Tang, which opened in this space in July 2016.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
@TradedNY account reported that Jian Bing Man, which specializes in Chinese crêpes, signed a lease at 120 First Ave. between Seventh Street and St. Mark's Place.
However, on Monday, signage arrived for a completely different establishment — Chef Hans Asian Kitchen. Not sure at the moment what happened to Jian Bing Man ... or perhaps this is some kind of spin-off restaurant.
Photo by Steven