It opens "in the next week or two." Plus: The chef at the Eataly osteria; FiDi landmark to be lighted again; looking back at the much-loved Tribeca restaurant Riverrun. / 7 comments
Plus: Chef Floyd Cardoz's new restaurant, a "contemporary update" of Tabla; Westfield sues Bebe for bailing on the World Trade Center mall; the history of 105 Broad. / 4 comments
Or Under Armour could end up taking the big space. Plus: El Vez customers foil an attempted theft; former Chicagoans review Hank's Juicy Beef; the name of Blue Ribbon's forthcoming FiDi restaurant; the history of a John Street church. / 10 comments
Plus: The Tribeca loft of jewelry designer Mignonne Gavigan Smith; Cuban bar BlackTail opens this week; city mulling traffic changes to the Chambers and West intersection; a look back at the Pulitzer building that was once on Park Row; Q&A with the incoming Community Board 1 chair. / 1 comment
Option 3 can kick rocks, as far as I'm concerned. — Doug / Seen & Heard: Proposals for the South End Avenue Arcades
Nope. I've never anything about it directly from a PR firm, only from other news sources, so I suspect we'll... — Erik Torkells / Seen & Heard: Proposals for the South End Avenue Arcades
Any idea about the restaurant in the Tommie? Is that opening soon also? — J / Seen & Heard: Proposals for the South End Avenue Arcades
Wowzers, and I thought my Sundays were mucho-exciting! Looks like I am going to have to up my game. — Jim Smithers / In the News: Sphere Sculpture Will Be Moved to Liberty Park
Take your slow time. So glad I had my drapes drawn - could have been an unfortunate Arne Svenson redux.... — Jim Smithers / Where in Tribeca…?
Hey Mike....... This is incredible!!!!!!! Lots of good luck to you! Hopefully I will get to NY so I can... — Bobbie Mendelsohn / New Kid on the Block: City Vineyard
Correct! Stars to follow.... — Erik Torkells / Where in Tribeca…?
(Not the famous one.) Plus: Opening date for Saks Fifth Avenue; construction worker hurt in accident at the Citi building; Q&A with the outgoing Community Board 1 chair. / 1 comment
Plus: The western entrance to the Oculus; classic film screenings at the Roxy Hotel; how locals can participate in the Tunnel to Towers run; Greenwich and Laight in 1987; "The Dark Tower" with Matthew McConaughey shooting here. / 9 comments
Plus: Peck Slip School is out of play space; "Little Syria" exhibit; where Joël Robuchon decided to open a restaurant after bailing on Brookfield Place; former North End Grill pastry chef's new bakery. / 4 comments