1/17/2013 05:11:00 PM

Shorty Tang and Sons Noodle Night/Restaurant?

Courtesy of Shorty Tang & Sons
Smorgasburg favorite Shorty Tang & Sons might be well known for their cold sesame noodles, but 30 Under 30 honoree Gilley Tang and brother Casey are out to resurrect even more classic recipes from their grandfather's 1970's local institution, Hwa Yuan.

Mark your calendars because on Saturday, January 26, the duo is taking over Bed-Stuy's Bedford Hill Coffee Bar for a pop-up noodle night. On the menu you'll find a version of Shorty Tang's beef soup, featuring tendons, shank, bone marrow, beef belly, suan cai, spices and Shanghai noodles ($12) along with their noodles with hot brown meat sauce, containing four hour braised pork with sesame sauce and chili oil ($8).

Word is that Gilley is looking to potentially open a restaurant in the area, so use this opportunity wisely to show support. If all goes well, they might even host these pop-up evenings once a month at the local cafe. While we are confident it'll go well, our advice to you? Bring take home containers, cause chances are one serving won't be enough (7 PM till there are no more noodles left; 343 Franklin Ave.; 718-636-7650).


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