Seen & Heard: Broadway Openings and Closings

David Z 11713••• The David Z. shoe store at Broadway and White has closed. But don’t worry, there’s another one a few blocks up in Soho.

••• The HSBC on Broadway below Chambers is indeed closing; a sign on the door says it’s moving to 335 Broadway—hey, that’s 93 Worth, the big condo conversion.

••• A restaurant called Siring Asian Grill is coming to the Sushein space at Broadway and Worth. (Presumably it’s not pronounced like “That horse has been siring some great racehorses ever since we put it out to stud.”) You choose a base (rice, salad, noodles), a protein (that word always strikes me as one more way meat eaters distance themselves from what they’re eating—sorry, I have a cold and I’m in a crabby mood), a vegetable, and a sauce.

••• Patti LuPone will perform at 92YTribeca on Feb. 4.

••• Lianna Sugarman, chief smoothie officer of LuliTonix (and BPC resident) points out that if I’m going to keep mentioning new juice options, then I should mention her “delivery-based Raw Green Smoothie / Tonics / Treat company,” which she started about six months ago. “We have a bunch of clients in the downtown area, as we have only recently expanded our delivery zone throughout Manhattan,” she emailed. “We are actively looking for retail partners and expect to be selling in the hood in the near future. Our products are different in that they are blended, not extracted, leaving the fiber intact, creating a more filling, satisfying way of infusing our bodies with Green Goodness.”

••• Press release: Tribecan “Michael E. Novogratz was elected yesterday as Chairman of Friends of Hudson River Park, officials announced after a Board meeting called to address the vacancy created by the resignation of Douglas Durst. Novogratz brings the benefit of oodles of money a new perspective from his service to the Hudson River Park Trust, and numerous other philanthropic activities.” Also: Executive director A.J. Pietrantone is leaving.


1 Comment

  1. Hi!

    I’m the owner of Siring Asian Grill and I just wanted to thank you for putting us on the radar.

    Let me know if you ever want to stop in for a visit and I can tell you a little more about ourselves and what we aim to do.

    Best regards,
    Smith Sirisakorn