Plus: Grand Banks review; a rendering of the new God’s Love We Deliver building; International Film & Food Festival.Comments (0)
It comes at the expense of Dosateria, which has closed.Comments (3)
A rundown of the restaurants, shops, fitness studios, and more expected to open in greater Tribeca—with new updates on Gourmet Garage, Parm, Añejo, Dojo Tribeca, Juice Press, and more.Comments (0)
Plus: Bâtard gets soundproofing; 110 Wall looks like it’s being developed; Brooklyn Bridge flags stolen two years ago; drink beer and help dogs.Comments (3)
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as far as i know, the space will be the... — susi on A New Spa on N. Moore?
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It's actually 432 Park Ave that you're looking at. I... — lowphat on Seen & Heard: That Mysterious Building on Warren
It's 220 Central Park South - a residential building even... — Chris on Seen & Heard: That Mysterious Building on Warren
Plus: Fake-bag vendors on Lispenard; deli renovation; macramé art on Staple Street; Tamid’s new space; Fika opening at the World Trade Center; Tribeca Meet & Greet; fireworks tonight; new FiDi cycling studio.Comments (1)
“I wanted to do the adult version of Mudville 9,” says Tribecan Eric Schwimmer of his spiffy new Washington Market Tavern on Murray Street. “And this is how I like to eat—quality food in a convivial atmosphere.”Comments (7)
Plus: Reviews of Bâtard and Marc Forgione; inside artist John Willenbecher’s studio; elevated train tracks; TriBeCa West in Jersey City; softball champs; another Shinola.Comments (1)