Not only has Vestry Wines decided to stay in its temporary post-Sandy location, it has also changed its name to 24 Hubert Wines, brought in an expert in California wines, renovated, and repriced downward. / 7 comments
And more on the restaurant in question. Plus: Citibank is open; New York Kids Club timeline; Vestry Wines; gallerist Hal Bromm. UPDATE: Reps for the space's owner says the Lohan connection isn't true (but they do confirm it's a Mexican restaurant that's interested). / 7 comments
The good news: A business displaced by Sandy is moving into the Hubert Street space. / 3 comments
Plus: Bread Tribeca still delivering; Vestry Wines still closed; Bowne & Co. reopened; Ari Hest; 5 Beekman signage.
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At Taste of Tribeca, the food is good, the crowd is fun, and some of the chefs will be recognizable from TV. Plus: Who's new this year—Locanda Verde, Weather Up, Sarabeth's, and more. / 4 comments
Plus: Manhattan Children's Theatre's new home; Vestry Wine's anniversary-party deal.
The old Number (N)ine space on Washington is now home to jewelry company Featherstone Design. "I love it here!" says founder Deirdre Featherstone, who plans on hosting monthly open-studio days. / 1 comment