Plus: The outbuilding at 111 Murray; work is starting on W. Broadway's "all-day brasserie"; excellent show about when artists took over Pier 34; boxing humor; Vestry paint job. / 2 comments
Discussed at last night's meeting: Liquor-license applications for Serafina and the Balthazar alums' all-day brasserie in the old Cercle Rouge space (sample menus!); the third street fair on the same Warren block this year; Two Hands's contentious sidewalk café; Buddha Bar. / 7 comments
Plus: Raccoon Lodge's farewell party and note; why you should not just avoid chuggers but actively discourage them; clarification about the plans for the Cercle Rouge space. / 8 comments
Ding ding ding, we have a winner! Only white rich kids are 'kids being kids.' It's only spitting and throwing... — Anon / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
This is a very sad decision. This was a downtown trade mark event for families. Screenings won't replace the magic... — EG / The Tribeca Film Festival Is Not Throwing Its Street Fair
Description? Common places they are hanging out? And how many of them are there? That's all I need to know.... — CrazytribecaDad / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
Hmm. They could do homework, study for tests and quizzes, join after-school clubs and activities, join sports at their schools,... — James / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
Have YOU ever tried setting anything up like a neighborhood watch, tried getting politicians or the bureaucracy to act on... — James / Teens Are Terrorizing Battery Park City
Afraid not. — Erik Torkells / Where in Tribeca…?
In the area of 21 6th Avenue the old telephone building across the street from the new named "Roxy Hotel"... — Sonia F. Stock / Where in Tribeca…?
As reported earlier, the owner of the Brass Monkey is an investor in the project at the former Cercle Rouge space—but it's actually being helmed by co-chefs Lee Hanson and Riad Nasr, who plan more of a restaurant than a bar. / 43 comments