Get to know Gina la Fornarina, the mini-chain in the process of opening a fourth restaurant in the Il Mattone space at Greenwich and Hubert.Comments Off
“Go to Bouley at 3:00 or 4:00 for a late lunch that takes you into the evening,” recommends organic-food entrepreneur Doug Tedeschi. “Just be sure to wear a jacket. (I wore shorts and a tee and felt ridiculous.)”Comments Off
Plus: J and Z trains; helping Pier 25; Salty Paw moving to a new space; Watts boundaries.Comments (1)
Plus: White & Church; Mondo Cane “garage sale”; kindergarten petition; art event.Comments (2)
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Good one! — Sheila on Where in Tribeca…?
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Arne Sveson's living room? — Jim Smithers on Where in Tribeca…?
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Plus: Shaun Hergatt leaving SHO; Cyndi Lauper; rat-watching with the band Fun.; real-estate hunt; Obama’s visit to WTC (including the PATH shutdown).Comments Off
A new initiative to get deliverypeople to ride their bikes safely is kicking off here in Tribeca. I spoke with the founder, Nancy Gruskin, whose husband was fatally injured in an accident with a cyclist riding the wrong direction.Comments (7)
I bet you’re pronouncing at least one Tribeca business’s name incorrectly. (I was.)Comments (14)
Elisa Casas, star of the new TV show “Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys,” on the chef with the sexiest accent, the best Cobb salad, and the famous couple she spotted making out on the street.Comments Off