"When this opportunity came up, I was aggressive as I could be," says Michael Dorf, the Tribeca resident who founded the Knitting Factory, City Winery, and now City Vineyard at Pier 26. "I just love being on the water."
Plus: Three other stores that pulled out of the World Trade Center mall; Community Board 1 wants the Sphere out of Liberty Park; Black Tap on the Lower East Side; China Blue owners to open Williamsburg restaurant. / 1 comment
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: A restaurant-ish space in northwest Tribeca; Independence Plaza North retail; something opening in the former Kiki de Montparnasse store; Foals concert shoot; Lower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency Project town hall. / 3 comments
Excuse me if this is a dumb question, but how is a subway elevator on the sidewalk at 15 Broad... — LG / In the News: Apple Store Confirmed
James Joyce's Finnegans Wake (note: no apostrophe) begins midstream: riverrun, past Eve and Adam's, from swerve of shore to bend... — Jane / In the News: Eataly Details
250 West Street. You're welcome. — Jim Smithers / Where in Tribeca…?
Nope. — Erik Torkells / Whole Foods Confirms FiDi Store
This seems awfully close to the Whole Foods under 101 Warren.... Especially when you look at how much farther apart... — Chase C. / Whole Foods Confirms FiDi Store
. . . and today there were five . . . . . . but they're getting bigger and not... — Hudson River / Seen & Heard: The Lifting of the Street Fair Ban
How wonderful! Thank you for the great info. — anne / Seen & Heard: 60 White Interior
Back by popular demand: An updated roundup of happy hour deals—including food options—at 32 neighborhood establishments. Take off early and have a drink! / 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