In the News: Color Me Mine Robbed

••• Is Danny Meyer (Union Square Café, Gramercy Tavern, Shake Shack, etc.) opening a restaurant or two in the Embassy Suites at Battery Park City? Eater hears so—but then Eater also once heard that Danny was looking at the kiosks by the Municipal Building.

color-me-mine-by-tribeca-citizen••• At the Tribeca Film Festival Family Day, “the Color Me Mine booth was robbed and much of the paperwork disappeared,” Color Me Mine owner Macarena Real de Azua told Broadsheet Daily. “If you, or someone you know painted a mug or charm that day, please contact us ASAP [212-941-0120,] and provide your mailing address so we can ship you the pieces.”

••• New York magazine interviewed the brothers from Hanson at the Odeon. They used to live on Church Street. Who knew?

••• Landmarc‘s Marc Murphy talks to Zagat about lots of things, including Taste of Tribeca: “We’ve been doing [the Taste] every year since we’ve been open. We’re a very neighborhood-centered type of restaurant. When the weather gets better, it’s nice to get out and see all the neighbors and say hi to the regular people who are in the restaurant all the time. It’s a nice way to talk to people.”

••• Grub Street notes the fried-fish-skeleton trend, as seen as Marc Forgione.

••• Manhattan Children’s Theatre‘s new production, Stanley’s Party, gets a rave from Theater Online: “The problem with much of children’s theater is its tendency to talk down to its audience. Children may be children, but they are not stupid, and the sanity of their adult companion is seldom taken into consideration. This is where Stanley succeeds best. The book, by Caroline Cala, is full of puns, and extremely well-written. The jokes are never forced or recycled, and at times it’s downright hilarious. What is most impressive is the catchy, clever score by Seth Bisen-Hersh.”

••• Reminder: The Tribeca Meet and Greet—for local businesses and the people who love them—is tomorrow (Thursday) from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center. Enter BMCC via the Chambers ramp and the breezeway lobby is on your left.



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  1. Thanks for the plug for the Tribeca Meet and Greet. Just want to publicly thank Frankly Wines for sending over a few bottles and there will be food from (among others) Salamm Bombay. The event is free amd everyone is welcome.