Weekend Planner

Where to Eat This Weekend in NYC: 5 New Options

By Zagat Staff
May 8, 2014
By Zagat Staff  |  May 8, 2014

Mŏkbar: This Korean fusion ramen stand in Chelsea Market offers six different varieties including kimchi ramen plus small plates like disco fries. 75 Ninth Ave.; 917-842-4862

The Pavilion: The long-awaited open-air dining option in Union Square Park's renovated pavilion from restaurateur Simon Oren offers seasonal American fare and cocktails. Read more here. 20 Union Sq. W.; 212-677-7818

Azasu: Lower East Side izakaya from the Yopparai team serving small plates plus sake, shochu and frosted beer. Read more here.  49 Clinton St.; 212-777-7069 

Ivan Ramen: The much-anticipated full-service noodle shop from ramen wiz Ivan Orkin, offering his signature creative choices plus izakaya-style small plates in hip digs. Read more here. 25 Clinton St.; 646-678-3859

Decoy: The full rollout of RedFarm's Peking duck-centric spin-off, which originally debuted in December as a late-night hang, but is now serving a prix fixe dinner menu. 529½ Hudson St.; 212-691-9700

Places Mentioned


Chinese • West Village

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Ivan Ramen

Japanese • West 40s

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