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Ayat to open a second location in Brooklyn
Less than a year after opening its doors, Bay Ridge Palestinian restaurant Ayat is gearing up for an expansion. “NEW 2nd LOCATION ALERT,” owners Abdul Elenani and Ayat Masoud announced with air horn and siren emojis over the weekend. The new restaurant will be located in Brooklyn and will have a rooftop that can be used year-round, the owners confirmed in a comment on the Instagram announcement.
An exact address and opening date for the restaurant’s second location aren’t known at this time. Eater has reached out to Masoud for more information.
The popular Palestinian restaurant opened in Bay Ridge last October and became a quick hit in the borough for its griddled flatbreads and spinning towers of meat. The restaurant caught the attention of New York Times critic Pete Wells shortly after opening, who found that its best dishes weren’t its shawarma or kebabs, but its Palestinian staples, including “improbably delicate” lamb kefta and squash stuffed with rice and onions. Ayat has had a longtime home on Eater’s guide to the best new restaurants in Brooklyn.
In other news
— Owners Therdtus Rittaprom and Chanchai Khampinchai have reopened their Upper East Side Thai restaurant PuTawn with a new menu and name. Now operating under the name Zabb PuTawn, the restaurant will focus on Northern Thai cooking.
— Times critic Pete Wells has more to say about the vibes than the food at Tom Colicchio’s new restaurant, Vallata. Colicchio had more to say about guitar cords than the review.
— Bed-Stuy event space C’mon Everybody has launched a fundraiser to fix its front window, which was smashed on Sunday evening.
— Adam Platt at Grub Street finds nostalgia for pre-pandemic, pre-plant-based New York City at Carne Mare at Pier 17.
— Brace yourselves:
Pumpkin spice season has commenced.https://t.co/YGlYQs8k1O
— NPR (@NPR) August 24, 2021
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