In the News: Compose

••• A 1970s commercial for Teddy’s, one of the incarnations of the space that eventually became El Teddy’s. (Eater)

••• The New York Times reviews “The Wife” at Access Theater.

••• “As of December 6, the MTA has relocated the M20’s last southbound stop to One New York Plaza (near the intersection of Water Street and Broad Street) to coincide with the first stop of the northbound M15.” (Broadsheet Daily)

••• A Battery Park City couple (?) donated furniture and money to P.S. 276. (Broadsheet Daily)

••• Israeli company Fishman Holdings appears to be the buyer of Five Franklin Place, via two subsidiaries, Darban Investments and Industrial Building. (Globes)

Crudo of fluke at Compose (courtesy the Wandering Epicures)

••• Curious about Compose, the new restaurant on Worth? The Wandering Epicures have a course-by-course-by-course-by-course-by-course-etc. post about the set-menu dinner. I made a reservation for the 10-course extravaganza in January; in the meantime, I’ll try to drop by for the à la carte experience (for which you can only reserve by calling 212-226-1444 same-day starting at 8 a.m.).

••• DNAinfo gets a preview of Tenoverten, the new nail salon upstairs at W. Broadway and Reade.

••• SoulCycle is opening at the Mondrian in Miami. (HotelChatter)


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