Plus: The recipe for Telepan’s coconut cake; Steven Soderbergh buys another apartment; 3 World Trade Center work starts up again; funding for Pier 40 boiler repairs; renovation pays off; vintage party.Comments (3)
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Chef Bill Telepan’s restaurant had its fans, but its detractors included New York Times critic Pete Wells, who slammed it in a one-star review.Comments (26)
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Discussed at this month’s meeting: The karaoke bar on Murray, the final plan for a combined Bogardus Park, a newsstand that residents oppose, Grazin’ farm-to-table diner, and more. By Ann W. Schmidt.Comments (1)
Plus: Watch it from the 9/11 Memorial this year; nail salon’s move confirmed; the second Juice Press looks close; TV show “Forever” shooting here; Telepan Local ditches small plates; cheeseburger praise; new Warren Street bar; Senegalese choir; free preparedness stuff.Comments (1)
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