In the News: Service Dog Deli Dispute

••• Bikini Bar was the setting for Time Out New York’s “Great Dates” cover. (They serve coffee drinks in pineapples?) Here’s the article.

••• “Disabled Athlete Told She Can’t Bring Service Dog into Tribeca Deli.” —DNAinfo

••• “After years of little progress, a planned performing-arts center at the World Trade Center site may take a crucial step forward Thursday when the Lower Manhattan Development Corp. is expected to give the bare-bones organization, known as the Performing Arts Center at the World Trade Center,”—someone get this a new name, stat!—”$1 million to hire staff and develop building plans.” —Wall Street Journal

••• New York Press reviews Zutto: “Flavor combinations burst the boundaries of the traditional in a way that feels revelatory, never forced.”

••• “Brooklyn Nets star Deron Williams […] has purchased a 6,800-square-foot penthouse loft at the uber-posh 35 North Moore St. for $15.8 million. The six-bedroom, 4 1/2-bathroom residence in the Merchant’s House condo conversion, a building that dates back to 1905, also features a sprawling 3,000 square feet of outdoor space.” —New York Post

••• David Bouley—in quite the zippy shirt!—offers the Wall Street Journal tips on entertaining.

••• Manhattan Loft Guy worries that the market “unduly punished” the seller of the penthouse at 258 Broadway.

••• EV Grieve says Pearl Diner isn’t dead yet. (via Eater)


1 Comment

  1. indeed, Bikini bar has pineapple glass holders!