Cava’s fast-casual chain crashes into long downtown lunch lines

Office workers are increasingly returning to their Midtown desks, seeming to rediscover just how good their Cava dishes are when lunch hour approaches. The New York Post Reports suggest that people wait up to 90 minutes – in sweltering temperatures, no less – at the fast-food chain’s Midtown location, at 1385 Broadway, on West 38th Street, for cereal bowls topped with honey falafel and harissa. chicken. One TikToker called the popular lunch spot “the hardest club to get into in the whole of Manhattan” in a viral post with over 1.1 million views and counting. Two nearby locations around Bryant Park also attract brunch crowds, according to Mail.

For those who can’t wait in a café-like line in the middle of the workday and need something else delicious, in a bowl, at the delivery distance: the Milo Chinese spot; Zooba Egyptian Fast Restaurant; And the taqueria chain Tacombi are all solid choices. Find more options here.

New Lawsuit ‘Spotlight on Barns’

In the wake of the state Supreme Court blocking the possibility of making open restaurants permanent, a group of 35 New Yorkers sued to end renewal of emergency executive orders authorizing the program, Bowery Boogie reports. A press release from CUEUP (United Coalition for Fair Urban Policy) stated that New York State and City have canceled other pandemic programs, yet “emergency orders continue to be selectively issued in favor of the restaurants and nightlife industries.” Bowery Boogie reports that many who initially supported open restaurants have changed the face, stating that “the cumulative negative effects of barns on neighborhoods are destroying quality of life and closing streets,” and giving preferential treatment to private establishments over public spaces. also? Some allegedly turned into batteries.

New bar and bowling alley on Grand Street

Two Snakes are slated to be located at 318 Grand Street near Orchard and Ludlow Streets, Adam Moonves’ bowling alley bar and lounge, Primo’s at Frederick’s Hotel in Tribeca, and Hardeep Mannack, founder of Berlin Currywurst at Market, What Now NY Chelsea reports. In addition to the bar and lounge, Two Snakes will feature two bowling lanes, a pool table, and a jukebox.

New Zooba game night

On Wednesdays from 7 to 9 p.m., the Egyptian Zooba fast zone will see backgammon and other games, according to an Instagram post.

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