Looks like things are about to change over at Susan Feniger’s Street. They recently announced that they will close down for a vacation at the end of September and will re-open after a “major shift”, with inscrutable promises that the adventurous restaurant celebrating world street food will “never be the same”. Until the closure, they’re going nostalgic with a Flashback menu featuring old favorites from the past 5 years that could be available for the last time. A restaurant spokesperson playfully refused to reveal what changes are coming and informed me that the entire staff have been sworn to secrecy so we’ll just have to wait and see what develops… eatatstreet.com
Need a last-minute plan for Rosh Hashanah, which begins today (Wednesday, September 4th) at sunset? Try Susan Feniger’s Street. They are offering a 4 course menu with choices such as Sephardic long-cooked egg mashed with feta, olive oil, and avocado; wood roasted cauliflower with fried olives and chimichurri; and strawberry shortcake with chocolate matzo candy. Cost is $45 per person. First seating is at 5pm, and open seating is at 7:30 and after. Check out the full menu and make a reservation here. L’Shana Tova!
Haven’t made up your mind yet about where to go for brunch on Easter? Here’s a sample of the special “All About Eggs” menu they’ve put together over at Susan Feniger’s Street: Zucchini Polenta Benedict (goat cheese stuffed squash blossom and roasted poblano hollandaise), Diablo Egg Salad Sandwich (spicy egg salad with watercress and spring radishes on whole grain bread), Turkish Baked Eggs (harissa, spinach with baked eggs and chickpeas topped with mint yogurt sauce), Sweet Potato Hash (piquillo peppers, kale, caramelized onion and fried egg), and of course the iconic Kaya Toast. There are many other offerings as well, call (323)203-0500 for reservations and check out the full menu here: eatatstreet
This Sunday, February 10th from 11am to 3pm, you can celebrate the Chinese New Year with an all vegetarian dim sum brunch at Susan Feniger’s Street. Check out their “Year of the Snake” menu and read more here: eatatstreet.com.
It’s not too early to early to think of plans for St. Valentine’s Day. And Susan Feniger’s Street has the perfect idea with an 80’s themed menu that you kind of have to see to believe. The menu, dubbed “80’s Mix Tape Valentine” features, well let’s just say very creative titles such as: Pet Chop Boys with Duranch Duranch Dressing, Soy George, and Chile Vanilli. To find out exactly what these dishes are, check out the entire menu and get more info here: eatatstreet. Cost is $65 for four courses of New Wave romance.
You do realize that New Year’s Eve is less than a month away, right? So it’s not too early to begin planning. Susan Feniger’s Street is hosting a special event titled Getting Eve’n: A New Year’s Eve Murder Mystery Dinner. Billed as an evening of FLAVOR, FRIENDS, AND FOUL PLAY, you can enjoy a special menu as you get clues and try to figure out who dunnit. Included on the menu, will be intriguing dishes such as Shot in Cairo, Drowned in Mumbai (shot of Egyptian dukkah spice and warm housemade paneer in ‘drowned’ naan), and Snakepit Poisoning (viper chile and ginseng laced mandarin oranges). Seating is all evening long, cost is $65 per person and guaranteed to sell out so dial 323-203-0500 just as fast as your fingers can dial to score your reservation if you feel up for the challenge. Read more at: eatatstreet.
Susan Feniger’s Street has created a special a la carte “break the fast” menu for Yom Kippur on Wednesday, Sept. 26th. Included on the menu are: Blueberry Crusted Noodle Kugel, White Cheddar and Chive Stuffed Latkes, Homemade Bagel Platter (with Smoked Fish Horseradish Spread, Broadbean Hummus with Roasted Lemons and Garlic, and Late Harvest Heirloom Tomatoes), and an Artichoke and Feta Frittata with olive aioli. Regular menu also available. www.eatatstreet.com