Seen & Heard: Kool Bloo

••• I had noticed that the former Terrace Fish & Chips space at 178 Church (between Duane and Reade) was being worked on, and then reader Bruce sent in the above photo. You may know Kool Bloo from its location on Sixth Ave., near Watts; the chain also has outposts in Murray Hill, Gramercy, and the East Village. “Café” and “deli” don’t seem quite right. I’ve never been in a Kool Bloo, but the menu makes it seem more like a diner without all the seating.

••• Does anyone know what’s up with the old (?) Wall Street Humidor space at 18 Warren? It appeared to close, and then I saw workers, and now occasionally the gate is up—with the wooden Indian Native American standing out front—but it doesn’t seem to be open.

••• Bethenny Frankel—her again!—was shooting her TV show at ROC today.

••• David Yurman‘s fall line is divided into New York City Manhattan neighborhoods, and it includes a subcategory called Tribeca. According to the brand’s Twitter: Location, location. . . inspiration! Tribeca is the cobble-stoned neighborhood where the Yurmans live and work.” This ring is $5,900.


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