Plus: Chicago-style all-beef hot dogs; sidewalk chalk-drawing contest; sketching Duane Street; Lower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency meeting. / 3 comments
Plus: Has Serafina postponed its liquor-license hearing?; "for rent" sign spotted at the former Tara of Tribeca space; site-specific dance performance on the Lilac; Torly Kid's spinoff travel service.
Grand Banks opening date, City Vineyard progress, and the miniature golf course. Plus: Vacate order on Duane; new coworking space coming to 100 Barclay; puppet show this weekend; Kitchensurfing wants you. / 4 comments
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Tribeca is still one of Manhattan's best shopping neighborhoods, so get out there and buy someone's affection! Here are a few items that caught my eye at Best Made Co., Valley, South of Market, Torly Kid, and Patrick Parrish. / 3 comments
Plus: Livly kids' boutique looks ready to open any minute; new Greenwich Street building semi-revealed; Valley sale; Classic Car Club appears to be moving; checking in on the huge new rental building on Hudson; Torly Kid candy drive.
There's fun for all ages: trick-or-treating, a parade, free pumpkins, musical performances, a jack-o'-lantern contest, "kooky karaoke," a boat cruise, and even a costume catwalk. Plus: How to donate extra candy. / Sponsored