Seen & Heard: Lotus Blue Delivery

••• I’ve seen the future, and it’s bland.

••• A reader in northwest sector reports that “460 Washington demo has long since resumed. They were pulling down the arches the past 3-4 days.”

••• Lotus Blue has started delivering at lunch, and will kick off dinnertime delivery on Monday. They’re on Seamless.

••• Krista Saunders, who used to work at the BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, is The Bespoke Curator, and she’s “now accepting submissions for The Art Snack Registry, a curated selection of small, ready-to-hang works of art priced under $200. […] Conceived as a physical gift registry devoted exclusively to work by emerging artists, The Art Snack Registry is an opportunity to buy an original and affordable work of art and to connect emerging artists with emerging art enthusiasts. The event will be held at Space on White in Tribeca on Thursday, Nov. 29, and Thursday, Dec. 6.”

••• The MS Bike Tour will shut down the West Side Highway (and many other Manhattan streets) this Sunday monring.

••• People keep asking me what this is and/or when it’s going to open. It’s Saleya, the restaurant owned by Michel Cohen of Tribeca Pediatrics. The word is that it’s very close to being ready.