Two former owners of Intermix have opened Ever After on Greenwich Street. Like Intermix, Ever After is a boutique with clothing and accessories from various brands, but for ages 4 to 16. / 1 comment
"While traveling to Hawaii, my wife and I fell in love with the the culture and the food—and poke in particular," says Jonathan Chong, explaining how he chose to open a restaurant devoted to the dish of chopped raw fish and seasonings over rice.
Widely admired animal-rescue organization Best Friends has opened its first adoption center in New York City, just above Canal. If you think animal shelters are depressing, this one will change your mind: It's bright and clean and joyful. / 5 comments
The emphasis is on high-end brand names—Saint Laurent, Thom Browne, Paul Smith, Canada Goose, etc.—with areas devoted to bags, fragrance and grooming, sunglasses, headphones, and a lot of shoes, especially sneakers. / 2 comments
Seriously. If the cart is doing something illegal, then fine. But the idea that a food cart is "inappropriate" is... — mruptight / Seen & Heard: Four Seasons Food Cart
NYC dept of health does inspection of these food carts. There are 5000 permits issued citywide and there is a... — TribecaMom / Seen & Heard: Four Seasons Food Cart
I live across the street and have been enjoying the recently opened park. I am not offended in the least... — Michael / Seen & Heard: Four Seasons Food Cart
Dr. Gross, Call the NYPD. They are the department responsible for the carts. This particular cart, which I passed today,... — neighbor / Seen & Heard: Four Seasons Food Cart
There are no assigned spaces for mobile food vendors on public sidewalks and streets, only restricted locations. See: https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/doh/downloads/pdf/permit/mfv_restricted_streets.pdf Other... — James / Seen & Heard: Four Seasons Food Cart
I agree Eric, the food cart is inappropriate and should be moved. — Lewis Gross / Seen & Heard: Four Seasons Food Cart
Nice…but please be respectful of their privacy. — Marcus / Welcome to TweeBeCa: Special Celebrity Edition!
The space has been home to several restaurants in recent years, but it has never looked better than it does now. Check out photos and the menus. / 5 comments
The Tribeca outpost of Pupculture is focusing on daycare and grooming. "Daycare is not for all dogs," says owner Abraham Mimi. "We make sure the dog is happy. If not, it doesn't belong here." / 2 comments
"Yoga is a full mind-body-spirit workout, but I realized that most people are in it for the workout," says Lauren Porat, whose second YogaSpark studio has just opened on Duane. That means a workout vibe instead of Buddhas or incense—and there's even a nighttime class held in blacklight.