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Grand Opening of Upper West Side Legend

Today the Upper West Side can celebrate the grand opening of a restaurant that’s Legen–wait for it—dary. Legend, a Chinese food cornerstone of Chelsea’s culinary scene, is opening a new location in the old Rack n Soul space on 258 W 109th Street. Even though Bwog’s already spent 90% of its allowance for the year, any excuse to not eat dining hall food is a good one.

yummy via NY Eater


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  • BSGS says:

    @BSGS Better. Chinese. Food. Is. In. Chelsea. I. Know. I. Actually. Live. There.
    Omg, Stop. Being. White. People. Because. You. See. Nice. Wall. Paper.

    1. ... says:

      @... …better Chinese food is in China. I actually live there.

      1. BSGS says:

        @BSGS Of course! But it would be because it is actually good food and not because of nice wall paper and glasses.

        1. May. Lulz. Never. Cease. says:

          @May. Lulz. Never. Cease. Hey. Everyone. Look. At. This. Fucking. Hipster.

          1. BSGS says:

            @BSGS I’m not ashamed of being able to appreciate good food. I’m also not ashamed of being aware enough to not be distracted by the sheen of $40 glass.

    2. GS '14 says:

      @GS '14 When you read this out loud, it sounds even more douchey.

  • Margaret says:

    @Margaret I’m harboring irrational disdain for Legend; I miss Rack n Soul so much… just so so much.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous We need a chicken and ribs restaurant

  • Faith says:

    @Faith Anyone up for some “Sichuan Spicy Diced Rabbit?”

  • Mark this as the first and only time says:

    @Mark this as the first and only time a chinese restaurant has come to the rescue of vegetarians

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous But there are about 20 other chinese restaurants around campus. We need more variety! Rack and Soul was great.

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