Barb Leung

Nom Wah at night
Posted by | December 31, 2012
Shine Bright Like a Nocturnal Sign!

In celebration of James and Karla Murray's latest book, New York Nights, The New York Times highlighted several of the city's photographed signs after dusk from a variety of neighborhoods....

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Looking inside 168 Bowery
Posted by | December 22, 2012
What is 168 Bowery?

If you're a foodie or a fan of either us or Openhouse Gallery, then you've been hearing a lot of buzz about this pop-up space at Bowery and Kenmare from...

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Doyers Street
Posted by | November 26, 2012
Wilson’s Guide to Doyers Street

What is there to do on Doyers street (aside from dim sum, of course)? Nom Wah's Wilson shares three of his top picks of the Bloody Angle. As a restaurant...

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Dim sum galore!
Posted by | November 20, 2012
What We’re Thankful For

We wanted to take a moment this week to let out customers know for what we are grateful. Granted, there are many things that we could list, but we want...

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Posted by | November 15, 2012
Sometimes It’s Just the Little Things

We opened up our mail this morning and noticed this little goodie from the folks at Foursquare! Big thanks to everyone who has stopped by to help us be acknowledged...

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Bye Bye Sandy (Brian Harkin for The New York Times)
Posted by | November 7, 2012
New York Times: Downtown Needs Diners

It's post-hurricane Sandy and those of us that have power and have seen little damage to their homes are incredibly fortunate, as many are still left without power and face...

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From Method Man and Freddie Gibbs' 'Built for This'
Posted by | October 25, 2012
Method Man and Freddie Gibbs at Nom Wah

After a hard day's work of filming in Chinatown for their latest music video, "Built for This," for the Man with the Iron Fists soundtrack, hip hop artist Method Man...

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Deep fried ghosts!
Posted by | October 22, 2012
Deep Fried Ghosts for Brooklyn’s City Reliquary

This past weekend, we were glad to help out a great local Brooklyn non-profit - City Reliquary - with a donation of some "deep fried ghosts" to the 3rd annual...

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Culinary Conversations
Posted by | October 5, 2012
Recap: Culinary Conversations, “Back to the Store”

Last night at the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, Wilson Tang of Nom Wah, and Niki Russ Federman and Josh Russ Tupper of Russ & Daughters kickstarted the "Culinary Conversations...

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Lungevity: Find it. Treat it. Live
Posted by | October 3, 2012
Lungevity Walk: Breathe Deep NYC

We are proud to announce that we will be one of the sponsors for this year's Breathe Deep NYC, an untimed 3K walk around Battery Park in support of research...

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