Seen & Heard: Ronnybrook Is Leaving the Tribeca Greenmarket

••• The word had been that Ronnybrook Farm Dairy was taking winter off from Saturday’s Tribeca Greenmarket, but the sign that showed up yesterday tells a far grimmer story. (The dairy later confirmed the permanent departure.) You can express your dissatisfaction via this form, calling 518-398-6455, on Instagram and Twitter at @ronnybrookfarm, or on Facebook.

••• The liquor-license application for the restaurant and bar opening in the former Super Linda space at 109 W. Broadway says the proposed closing hours are 2 a.m. Sunday through Wednesday and 3 a.m. Thursday through Saturday.

••• The storefront at 174 Duane is out from under the plywood. According to the rendering, they’ll be painting the aluminum.

••• Last year, North End Grill converted the bar area into a pop-up called Bistro du Nord while the restaurant expanded its private room. NEG is doing it again January 5 to February 1—and this time, it’s taking over the whole restaurant. The menu:

••• Manhattan Youth’s Downtown Community Center is holding a toy and clothing drive.

6 Comments

  1. Sad to see Ronnybrook go. But not gonna lie, the woman who often ran the stand was always very rude, bordering on nasty.

  2. Many stores carry their products

  3. Pam, the Ronnybrook woman is a doll! She is sincere and with good humor! Just sayin’ Kelly.

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