Fatty ‘Cue

By grace.g.yang ยท March 24, 2010
Under: Brooklyn,Dinner,My Life,Things to do in NYC

Last night, I attended the Lucky Rice press preview for their Asian Festival near the end of the month. The event was at Fatty ‘Cue, the new barbecue restaurant from the people that brought you Fatty Crab (see my review here). There were pork spare ribs, thinly sliced pork loin (my favorite), lamb shoulder with housemade pita (another favorite), clams, and noodles (there were other dishes, but I didn’t have a chance to sample everything). Also, chefs like Daniel Boulud, Pichet Ong, Anita Lo, and Michael Bao were on hand to support the inaugural Lucky Rice festival. Here’s some of the spread from Fatty ‘Cue:


I also had the opportunity to meet two fellow food bloggers, Mark from No Recipes and Eunice from Flavorize:


The event was a delicious way to let us know about the upcoming Lucky Rice Festival – at the end of the month, there will be all types of different festivities (including a night market with David Chang!) You can still buy tickets on the Lucky Rice website; the events are a little pricey ($50 for the night market event, $50 to learn how to make dumplings from Anita Lo, and $150/$250 for the grand banquet) but all of the events look like they will be a lot of fun.

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  1. Marlow & Sons | gracenotes nyc  on March 25th, 2010 @ 10:47 pm

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