Red Farm Opens on Upper West Side

BY Amelia Pang TIMEOctober 14, 2013 PRINT

NEW YORK—Popular Chinese restaurant Red Farm opened its Upper West Side eatery on Oct. 5.

The décor is similar to the original restaurant on Hudson Street.

Its location, at 2170 Broadway, was briefly occupied by Fatty Crab.

The menu features beloved items from the downtown restaurant as well as some new additions, such as the vegetable pancake, shrimp and mango dumpling, and diced raw tuna with noodles. 

Red Farm Upper West Side is currently only open for lunch; it plans to begin serving dinner by the end of October. 

Red Farm UWS
2170 Broadway (between 76 and 77 streets)

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Amelia Pang
Amelia Pang is a New York-based, award-winning journalist. She covers local news and specializes in long-form, narrative writing. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in journalism and global studies from the New School. Subscribe to her newsletter:
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