Restaurant Visit: Balaboosta in New York by

Issue 11 · Black, White & Gray · March 14, 2011

Restaurant Visit: Balaboosta in New York

Issue 11 · Black, White & Gray · March 14, 2011

Tucked away on a quiet stretch of Mulberry Street in Nolita, Balaboosta opened last year to glowing reviews (the NY Times praised its "Middle-terranean cuisine," as chef Einat Admony calls it). Balaboosta is Yiddish for "perfect housewife"; Admony's interpretation of domestic bliss includes whitewashed brick walls, simple bentwood chairs, and a portrait of her aunt presiding over the dining room. Go to Balaboosta for more information.

N.B. Admony operates a much-loved mobile food truck; for the daily menu and location updates, go to Taim Mobile on Twitter.

Above: The Panka Bench, made by Brooklyn-based artisan Filippo Capula from reclaimed barn wood, offers seating opportunities for waiting diners.



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