Plus: Seamless crackdown; Telepan Local’s fried watercress; Alice Feiring wine club; the Condé Nast effect; a peek inside the 93 Reade conversion; Seaport working group.Comments (2)
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Bill Telepan’s new neighborhood restaurant has a casual, après-ski vibe and a fun menu of small plates, heavy on the vegetables.Comments (2)
Plus: Wichcraft credit card breach; parking garage coming down; lunch at Khe-Yo; Seaport restaurant Nelson Blue reopens; Joy Gryson looking to expand again; Telepan Local; Ukrainian food.Comments (18)
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“Hello Tribeca!” tweeted chef Bill Telepan yesterday. “This is happening.”Comments (2)
…are in the works at Telepan Local. Plus: Leonardo DiCaprio said to be penthouse shopping again; NBA’s Paul Pierce rents on Franklin; Flywheel progress report; Seaport’s Paris Café reopens today; gossips Rush & Molloy; Pier 17 groundbreaking; Freelancers Union hive.Comments (2)
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