Plus: New opening forecasts for Heyday facial shop and the Dead Rabbit guys' Cuba-themed bar; more on the new salon at Harrison and Staple; an improvement to this site that you'll really like; Canal storefront upgrade.
Plus: Vote for Jerry Nadler on Tuesday; cops continue to flout the law on W. Broadway; dentist leaving Franklin Street space; Matthew Sweet concert; Floyd Cardoz's Soho restaurant. / 6 comments
Plus: The Soho Trader Joe's is still an open question; pudding cups; activity at big Duane Street space; how to complain about the Warren street fair; a good source for brown liquor. / 3 comments
Fair point re: "anywhere on Barclay." But Barclay west of Church seems ideal to me. — Erik Torkells / Seen & Heard: Hank’s Juicy Beef Is Opening Soon
I recently asked the bartender at Racoon and he confirmed that this is really the end - there will be... — Fred / Seen & Heard: Raccoon Lodge Spinoff Appears to Have Given Up
Barclay has a big residential (rental) building (between Church and Broadway) and is about to get two more when the... — Wendy / Seen & Heard: Hank’s Juicy Beef Is Opening Soon
Nadler's opponent in the Democratic primary is a republican carpet-bagger...which if you'e a voting democrat, might matter. — Matt / Seen & Heard: Raccoon Lodge Spinoff Appears to Have Given Up
Is the Tuesday election the Reform party primary? Or is there something I'm missing? http://vote.nyc.ny.us/downloads/pdf/documents/boe/2016ReformParty/Website%20Notice%20for%20Reform%20Party%20Voters_English.pdf — Dee Dee / Seen & Heard: Raccoon Lodge Spinoff Appears to Have Given Up
Hahaha. I had to laugh at the term " Schlockfest." So true. I live on Warren as well. — Janet / Seen & Heard: Hank’s Juicy Beef Is Opening Soon
I get enough unwanted political diatribe in my Facebook feed. Must we have it here, too? — Makes you go "hmmm..." / Seen & Heard: Raccoon Lodge Spinoff Appears to Have Given Up
Now open on Murray, Aahar Indian Cuisine is a sister of Bombay's Indian Restaurant in FiDi. There's a long à la carte menu, and a $14 lunch special that's expected to be a big draw. / 1 comment
Plus: Inside the new International Center of Photography; the Battery Park City Authority to share its study on South End Avenue; census of downtown's sidewalk objects; a really old liquor license; 9/11 Museum head stepping down.
According to a reliable tipster, Shake Shack is planning a location on Canal Street. / 8 comments