In the News: FiDi Building Burns Twice

••• The Village Voice says that Shigure sake bar has an off-the-menu ramen that’s worthwhile.

••• “A huge fire broke out in a mixed-used building on Fulton Street [140 Fulton] early Monday morning, just a day after another blaze burned at the same building.” —DNAinfo

monotype••• Monotype type foundry is hosting “a sweeping exhibit called Pencil to Pixel. The show will include artifacts from nearly a hundred years of designing type, ranging from original hand drawings of molten metal faces to their first bitmap designs. […] The exhibition debuted in London to huge crowds last year, and the company expects a similar turnout when it opens at Tribeca Skyline Studio [205 Hudson] on May 3.” It’s free but a reservation is required. —Fast Company

••• Barry’s Bootcamp will begin offering food, high in protein and low in fat, as you’d expect. It’ll be available to go and there’ll be sidewalk seating. —Well + Good

••• “Historic Front Street Residents’ Return Delayed Yet Again” (till May 31). —Curbed

••• “The owners of a shuttered South Street Seaport restaurant are suing their landlord, real estate giant Howard Hughes Corporation, claiming the company has “fraudulently” refused to reopen the restaurant’s building months after Hurricane Sandy as a way of forcing them out of their below-market lease.” —DNAinfo

••• The Butterfly isn’t opening anytime soon, but here’s the recipe for its brandy old-fashioned. —Grub Street

••• “99 John Street loft sale is the very picture of motivation in a difficult environment.” —Manhattan Loft Guy

••• Checking in with the Complete Body gym on Hanover Square. —Broadsheet


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