LoLo’s on the Water: Raymond Z. Mohan and Leticia Skai Young Mohan offer a spin-off of their Harlem mainstay

ice cream from South Asian ingredients, offering unex- pected twists on classics. Popular flavors at her Brook- lyn-based ice cream company

oysters–for the body and the environment. At this new location, all oyster shells will be donated to the Billion Oyster Project. Nom Wah: From owner Wilson Tang, this new out- post of his beloved all-day dim sum restaurants will

Daniel Ortiz de Montellano and Fany Gerson of Mijo Right: Mijo dish

Mijo: Fany Gerson, the founder of Fan-Fan Dough- nuts and La Newyorkina’s, brings her newest savory con- cept, Mijo to market. It will also be her first business with her husband Daniel Ortiz de Montellano. Mothershuckers: Ben “Moody” Harney is known as “The Oyster King of New York” and operates the only

Raymond Z. Mohan and Leticia Skai Young Mohan of LoLo’s on the Water Below: LoLo’s on the Water dish

include masala chai and rose with cinnamon roasted almonds. Pier 57 will serve as the first Manhattan loca- tion for Malai.

Malai founder Pooja Bavishi Below: Malai ice cream pints

LoLo’s Seafood Shack, a Cape Cod and Caribbean Mashup with LoLo’s on the Water which will focus on Caribbean coastal comfort foods from Belize all the way down to Guyana. Malai: Founder and first- generation Indian American Pooja Bavishi draws inspira- tion for her bold and flavorful


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oyster cart in Brooklyn. Moody’s goal is to serve more than just the best oysters in New York; he also is driven by the mission to educate the public on the benefits of eating and harvesting

bring together his experiences as a second-generation Chinese American, serving Cantonese classics and riffs on childhood favorites.


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