Plus: Reversal of traffic on Jay; a peek inside the street level of 56 Leonard; ineffective bollards appear to be gone for good. / 1 comment
Plus: Otte now has an outlet; tasting sake at Shigure; the history of cast-iron 63 Nassau; cell phone mugging. / 5 comments
Plus: A review of Shigure; what to do with Battery Park City Authority revenue; climate change sit-in.
Plus: Apexart's "Death of a Cameraman" show; loving some smashed avocado toast; teenage chef at 27 Debrosses (and an updated menu). / 1 comment
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!
Plus: A rave for Shigure; Aqua Studio; old South Ferry subway stop reopens; Hale & Hearty back in business; Cat Power. / 1 comment
Plus: Free type exhibit; Barry's Bootcamp to sell food; Historic Front Street delay; Shigure ramen; Seaport restaurant sues; the Butterfly's old-fashioned recipe; 99 John sale; Complete Body gym.
Shigure, the new sake bar atop B Flat, is officially open. It specializes in sake (more than 40 types, with hopes of bringing that number to 60), shochu, and beer made in Japan. Also: Japanese tapas. / 1 comment