In response to a report by the New York Put up, a $95 million lawsuit has been filed towards Shuji Bon Yagi — a restaurant proprietor behind a number of high East Village Japanese eating places and credited with serving to create what’s referred to as Little Tokyo — for allegedly sexually assaulting an worker this winter. The lawsuit was filed by Nozomi Horikoshi, a high govt at Yagi’s restaurant group T.I.C., who claims Yagi allegedly assaulted her whereas she had handed out after an evening of consuming and couldn’t consent, in line with the New York Put up.
Dubbed an “East Village ambassador for Japanese delicacies” by the New York Times, Yagi’s mini-empire of eating places consists of ramen spot Rai Rai Ken, dessert spot Cha-An, soba spot Sobaya, and bar Sake Bar Decibel.
Manhattan DA “completely” contemplating dropped prices towards bodega employee
The political firestorm across the controversial case towards bodega employee Jose Alba has continued. After a report yesterday that bodega advocacy group United Bodegas of America would push for a model of a “Stand Your Floor” regulation to permit bodega staff to defend themselves, now the New York Put up shares that Manhattan District Lawyer Alvin Bragg, who drew criticism from Mayor Eric Adams over the case, is “completely” contemplating dropping prices towards Alba.
A bake sale led by cisgender males to battle for reproductive justice
In an effort to not place onus on individuals with the capability to get pregnant, Archestratus is internet hosting a bake sale promoting treats immediately by 80 cisgender male-identifying bakers with funds going to abortion care group Brigid Alliance, from 5 p.m. to eight p.m. See the complete line-up of bakers here. Archestratus is situated at 160 Huron Road, close to Manhattan Avenue.
Okonomi proprietor to open new espresso store As You Like
Yuji Haraguchi, behind fish market Osakana and beloved twin Japanese spot Okonomi//Yuji Ramen, is about to open a brand new espresso store known as As You Like in East Williamsburg, someday this month. As You Like co-owner Mai Bakel tells Eater that the brand new spot, situated at 428 Humboldt Road, at Jackson Road, will provide matcha drinks, pastries, bento bins with fish over rice, and ceramics.