Next month, Brooklynites will have a chance to taste wide-ranging Asian cuisine from some of the borough’s hottest restaurants, all in one evening. The Luckyrice Festival, which was born out of its founders’ obsession with Asian food culture, is hosting its annual New York Grand Feast at Industry City, where more than 30 chefs and restaurants will offer samples of their signature dishes.
Among the local participating restaurants are Park Slope eatery Talde, with smoked mushroom and shrimp dumplings with maple soy vinegar, kale and garlic; Crown Heights Korean restaurant Bunsmith with braised pork jowl on endive; Gowanus Korean BBQ joint Insa, offering vegetarian kimbap and pig’s-ear tonkatsu kimbap; and glitzy Chelsea Chinese spot Jue Lan Club, serving up sloppy braised oxtail bao buns.
The event takes place from 8-10 p.m. on Thursday, June 2, or from 7-10 p.m. if you’re a VIP. General admission tickets cost $88, and VIP tickets are $150. To purchase tickets, see Luckyrice’s website. Attendees must be 21 and older.
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