String Cheese Incident’s Michael Kang Shares His Favorite NYC Spots And Memories

first_imgNew York City is a bustling metropolis of amazing eats, sites, sounds and beyond. With the String Cheese Incident’s upcoming run at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre August 13-14, we decided to chat with band member Michael Kang about his favorite spots to hit when he comes to NYC, as well as a hilarious NYC memory.Favorite Eats: -Nyonya (amazing Malaysian in Little Italy)-Soup Dumplings in Chinatown (there are a bunch of good places)-Momofuku in East Village (David Chang’s original)Favorite Venues:-Irving Plaza-Radio City-NuBlu-Brooklyn BowlFavorite Sites:-Central Park for nature-SOHO for people watching-East Village for hanging with friends-Natural History Museum for the OG museum experienceFavorite Memory:My favorite NYC time capsule moment is when we played Radio City for New Years and ended up running around with a bunch of friends after the shows fully decked out in New Year’s costumes. We started at NuBlu to hang with The Brazilian Girls and then ended up in the West Village at some all-night rave and didn’t emerge until almost noon on New Year’s Day. We were all pretty hungry, so we ended up going to Chinatown to get soup dumplings for lunch still dressed from the night before. Seeing our crew having soup dumplings dressed in crazy costumes next to the regulars in Chinatown was a sight to behold!String Cheese Incident hits the Kings Theatre in Brooklyn 8/13-8/14. Get tickets here, or enter to win them below:last_img

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