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.Comments (7)
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The good news: A business displaced by Sandy is moving into the Hubert Street space.Comments (3)
Plus: Bread Tribeca still delivering; Vestry Wines still closed; Bowne & Co. reopened; Ari Hest; 5 Beekman signage.Comments Off
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