Sushi Tatsu on Franklin and the Wayfarer on Greenwich. Plus: Parking abuse outside a school; construction at the Verizon Building; comptroller survey on noise. / 10 comments
Discussed: High-end sushi on Franklin Street; Maman's Tribeca outpost; White Street's proposed sidewalk café; Tara of Tribeca on Warren; renaming the southernmost block of Sixth Avenue; the restaurant taking the Dean's space; more. / 2 comments
This makes a lot more sense: The Japanese restaurant opening on Franklin will be helmed by a chef from Sushi Yasuda and designed by a Pritzker Prize–winning architect, with a whiskey bar in the basement. / 1 comment
Fingers crossed that Dolls stays! Keep this neighborhood weird! — mruptight / Seen & Heard: New York Dolls Update
Yesssss!!! — Rowena / The Return of Pearl River Mart
I am told they are closing their hartsdale store in Westchester. apparently its a money issue? store is not restocked... — doris schwartz / Is Best Market Closing?
re: Washington Street garbage cans I thought I was the only one! I called the city so many times and... — Beautiful / Seen & Heard: New York Dolls Update
Tried Nickel & Diner for brunch last week. Great space but odd experience. Said it was soft-launch so maybe will... — Derek / Seen & Heard: New York Dolls Update
ACRIS shows no such transfers or deeds yet. Latest is September 2016 zoning lot descriptions for the combined parcel including... — James / First Look at the New Building on W. Broadway
Word is that New York dolls is opening this Thursday Oct.27 owner bought the building and the next building the... — Mel / First Look at the New Building on W. Broadway
The developer wants to change the street's name. Also on CB1’s September agendas: A restaurant in the Dean's space; mysterious Franklin Street restaurant; fancy Seaport cinema; Starbucks beer/wine; another generator on 60 Hudson setback; Tara of Tribeca; more. / 3 comments
Plus: Was Pakistan Tea House closed by the DOH?; yesterday's military flyover (and helicopter noise in general); Japanese restaurant update; "The Affair" shooting yet again; open call for non-professional actors; NYC Rescue Mission gets a big donation.
If it's related to the three restaurants in Brooklyn with the same name, it's going to be fairly undistinguished—the kind of place that also serves Thai food and fried rice. UPDATE: Maybe not? / 4 comments