In the News: Restaurant Week

••• Some people loved the W train enough to throw a party on its last ride. (New York Times)

••• More on the CB1 member who now opposes Cordoba House. (Broadsheet Daily)

••• “The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation will look at community and cultural projects”—cough cough over here cough—”where it can direct millions of idle dollars in its coffers.” (Tribeca Trib)

Mr. Chow

••• The list of restaurants participating in Restaurant Week (July 12–25) has been released. In Tribeca: Bar Artisanal, Capsouto Frères, Centrico, City Hall, The Harrison, Il Giglio, Industria Argentina, Matsugen, Megu, Mr. Chow, Nobu, Nobu Next Door, The Palm, Ponte’s, Thalassa, Tribeca Grill. “Prices are still $24.07 for three-course prix-fixe lunches and $35 for three-course prix-fixe dinners.” (Grub Street)

••• Also: Blaue Gans is throwing a “4th of July Pig Out: The restaurant is roasting up a whole pig and serving it with Schaller and Weber sausages, salads, and a Viennese cake bar. $35, all you can eat.” (Eater)

••• 20 Pine is over 90 percent sold. (Curbed)


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