Seen & Heard: Cody’s Bar & Grill Has Closed

WTC transportation hub••• It’s been a while since we checked in on the quills on the World Trade Center Transportation Hub.

••• The July 17 meeting of Community Board 1’s Quality of Life Committee now includes “drone operation regulations.”

What If••• Coming out in October: What If…? The Architecture and Design of David Rockwell, who presumably still lives in Tribeca. That’s really the cover.

••• Councilmember Margaret Chin’s communications director sent over a response to New Amsterdam Market founder Robert LaValva’s inflammatory letter about the market closing.

••• From sandwicherie My Belly’s Playlist: “Our Tribeca location will be open for lunch service every Saturday until 4 p.m.”

••• The Quiznos on Chambers has actually reopened.

••• I asked the rep for Juice Press whether the forthcoming Murray Street location—which is really coming along—would have a salad bar, like the Greenwich Street one, and the answer was no.

••• Copper and Oak, the Brandy Library‘s new bar at 157 Allen, opens Wednesday (the first three days it opens to the public at 9 p.m.).

••• Cody’s Bar & Grill, up on Hudson, has closed. The space was home to the original Holland Tunnel Blues Bar, co-owned by John Belushi.

Codys Bar and Grill

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  1. Some of those quills look rusted already. The frequent painting to maintain their whiteness in the future will be mean more money spent on this already over budget project.