In the News: Studio Sale

••• Grub Street learns a little more bout Pizza Vintoeca, the restaurant that Top Chef contestant Stephen Asprinio is opening this spring in FiDi: “Asprinio himself has lived in the area for the past few years and thinks that ‘downtown is it.’ He calls the financial district ‘a progressive area really focused on innovation and amenities.'”

••• Well, it’s true that Korean tacos are innovative. Midtown Lunch test drives the newly opened Kortako, says grease is a concern.

••• New York City Opera is moving its office to 75 Broad. —New York Times

Courtesy Inhabit

••• This is almost enough to make me forsake my 100% digital lifestyle: Inhabit profiles Purgatory Pie Press, which is based in Tribeca and makes very cool datebooks and other stuff from “upcycled” materials: “To experience Purgatory Press’s unique works for yourself, visit their open studio at 19 Hudson Street #403 for a special Holiday Market from 2-5pm on Sunday, December 11, Friday December 16 and Saturday, December 17.”

••• “The annual holiday tree lighting in South Cove will make heaven and nature sing tomorrow evening, with accompaniment from an a cappella singing group, the Accidentals. The Battery Park City Parks Conservancy organizes the festivity each year, complete with cookies and hot chocolate for the crowds, and a surprise visit from Father Christmas with candy canes for all.” Sorry, couldn’t resist the edit.—Broadsheet Daily

••• Pick-a-Bagel will reopen in mid-January. —Broadsheet Daily


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