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Preview Days May 2–3, Public Days May 4–6, 2018

The Fat Radish

17 Orchard St
10002 New York

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Courtesy of The Fat Radish

Instagram:@thefatradish

The Fat Radish is a British influenced, Farm to Table restaurant standing eight years in the Lower East Side, Manhattan. Their menu uses seasonal and local produce from neighboring farms and Heritage proteins raised from sustainable practices. They will be operating a full-service 65-seat indoor restaurant and private outdoor deck, with lunch & dinner options plus seasonal cocktails & wine.

Seating: yes
Bookings: first come, first serve

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