Jibs, seafood served with a view of the river, will open at Hudson Yards

Headlining Jibs With the vibe of a seafood shack but much more grandiose, this open-air newcomer to Hudson Yards, overlooking the river...


With the vibe of a seafood shack but much more grandiose, this open-air newcomer to Hudson Yards, overlooking the river, seats 200 people in a bar with counters and tops, and on a patio in eat with captain’s chairs and picnic tables. It’ll be a year-round affair, with a retractable roof cover, removable side panels, and radiators. The owners Cobi Levy, Will Makris and Thatcher Shultz hauled in a few shipping containers for the kitchen and bar, covered them in shingles, and strung them with used buoys they spent months rummaging through dealers coastal premises. Chef David Ladner, who has worked in Rhode Island and Cambridge, Massachusetts, has an extensive menu of seafood specialties including raw sea bass, baked clams, steamed mussels. , fish and chips, grilled black sea bass, grilled lobster, two way lobster rolls, and grilled lobster cheese. A hot dog, cheeseburger, chicken fingers, salads, mac and cheese, and a number of vegetable preparations round out the choice. There is a blueberry loop for dessert and a full bar. All seafood is listed with its geographic origin. (Opens Thursday)

Next, coming to Hudson Yards in November is Kamasu by Kissaki for lunches, dinners, and omakase food to take out from a window on the second floor of 20 Hudson Yards, the commercial building. Also in November there will be ANA at Hudson Yards, a restaurant, bar, market and wine shop by Anna Castellani from Foragers, DeKalb Market and the Hugh, with chef Eyal Shani from Miznon. (It will replace Citarella on the second floor.) A branch of Mr. Shani’s Miznon moved into the Belcampo space of the complex last year. The other restaurants open now are Mercado Little Spain, Milos and Milos Wine Bar, Peak and Peak Lounge, Queensyard and Queensyard CafĂ©, Wild Ink, The Tavern, Fuku, Shake Shack and Sweetgreen. Hudson Yards Grill opens Thursday.

Hudson Yards Plaza, 11th Avenue and 33rd Street, 212-581-7070, jibsny.com.

Headlining this new barbecue restaurant on the fifth floor of a Koreatown apartment building are names like gopchang (beef small intestine), daechang (large intestine), and makchang (beef innards). These Korean delicacies can be enjoyed grilled, in casseroles or stews. Some of the preparations are nicely spiced, come in sweet and sour sauces, or can be ordered with additions like rice cakes and fried rice. Bulgogi, grilled lamb chops, kalbi, bibimbap, and kimchi stew are some of the offal-free offerings. Starters include mandoo, japchae and pajeon dumplings. (Thusday)

22, 32nd Street West, 646-850-0145, jongrogopchang.com.

The KFF group, based in Koreatown, Manhattan, has something for everyone. In addition to its restaurants, Dons Bogam and Jongro BBQ, and quite the opposite of the new offal house, Jongro Gopchang (above), it’s this mini food hall in Brooklyn with four jazzy mass-market brands . There’s the Jongro Rice Hotdog, with various toppings, often wrapped in fries or noodles, crispy in a rice paste, and topped with sauces like Sriracha mayonnaise. Mochi Mochi Donut sells candies made from rice flour in the shape of a rosette with neon frostings in several flavors. Croffle Haus serves croissants crushed in a waffle iron and accompanied by toppings like cheese or sweet icing. EggLab offers gooey scrambled egg sandwiches. In addition to these brands, there is also coffee from Brooklyn Roasting Company. The company plans to expand rapidly in the afternoon, with more coming next month in Flushing, Queens, the East Village in Manhattan and other locations in the works. (Thusday)

148 North Seventh Street (Berry Street), Williamsburg, Brooklyn, no phone, afternoonplace.com.

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