This week's top dish from Eater NY, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog...
1) Somewhere: TV star/author/former cook Anthony Bourdain shared his plans to develop a huge food market in New York City, focusing on international street food. The location is still unknown, but it could be part of 3 World Trade Center.
2) Greenwich Village: Gray's Papaya abruptly shuttered on Wednesday because of a $20,000 rent hike, and critics, neighbors, and Eater readers have paid homage to the beloved eatery by sharing their favorite memories and remembering its legacy while trying to ignore the fact that a trendy juice bar is taking its place.
3) Crown Heights: The Brownstoner/Brooklyn Flea team released a sketch of the beer hall and food court they're building on Bergen Street. Called Berg'n, the outpost will host stalls from Mighty Quinn's, Asia Dog, Pizza Moto, and Ramen Burger, among others.
4) Around: It's been more than a year since Hurricane Sandy ravaged New York's coast, and there are still some restaurants trying to bounce back.
· Eater NY [ny.eater]