Seen & Heard: Maxwell’s

••• The restaurant coming to the old Spaghetti Western space at 59 Reade has a name: Maxwell’s.

••• From Wickham Boyle: “I have beautiful green blue eggs from upstate and I’m delivering them all over Tribeca—they’re amazing. We can offer a limited supply delivered on Sunday nights or Monday mornings, downtown only. $5 for a half dozen or $10 for a full dozen. 917-653-1212 or to place an order.” Once you start buying fresh eggs, you don’t go back….

••• Details on the East River Ferry Service were announced today: “The ferry will provide year-round service between East 34th Street and Pier 11 [bet. South and Wall Sts.] in Manhattan, Long Island City in Queens, Greenpoint, North Williamsburg, South Williamsburg, and DUMBO in Brooklyn, and seasonally to Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn and Governor’s Island. The ferry service is launching June 13, 2011 and will be free of charge for all customers through June 24, 2011. The service will cost $4 for a one-way ticket, $12 for an unlimited hop-on, hop-off day pass, and $140 for an unlimited monthly pass. Ferries will operate every half hour, or every 20 minutes during rush hour, year round, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays, and 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. on weekends.”

••• Manhattan Children’s Theatre is selling a bunch of stuff in advance of its move. See its Facebook page for info.

••• Info on a Kimberly Ovitz sample sale starting tomorrow from Paper & String.

••• If you’ve ever wondered what it’d be like to be in Gwyneth Paltrow’s face as she walks down the street, now you know.


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