Then I will say to myself, “You have plenty of good things laid up for many years. Take it easy. Eat, drink, and be merry!”‘Luke 12:19
POLITIC’S finally takes a back seat with the great news that a new restaurant opens today in Long Island City. It’s called ‘Penny Bridge’ and it’s located in the new JACX Building in Queens Plaza. It’s the second restaurant from chef Dan Kluger, who opened Loring Place in Greenwich Village in 2016. According to Eater NY it serves a “menu of reimagined diner classics and childhood favorites.”
Channeling the menus of casual American dining fixtures like Houlihan’s, Houston’s, and TGI Friday’s, Kluger is serving what he calls “seasonal American comfort food,” a label that includes mozzarella sticks and baked clams, but also crispy delicata squash rings and endive Caesar salads.Eater NY
The restaurant is separate from the JACX food hall, and spacious according to Eater, but will only be serving takeout and delivery for the time being. To read a full take on this great new addition to LIC, check out the article below.
Dan Kluger’s Follow Up to Loring Place Reimagines Diner Classics With Seasonal Flair – outdoor dining coming in Spring, and hopefully indoors before
Penny Bridge LIC – see the whole menu and place order here
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