In the News: Proposal to Close Seaport Streets

El-Internacional-by-JoAnne-420x581••• Carini Lang has a fun blog post about the evolution of Tribeca over the decades. The photo at right (from the post but originally from a post on TC) is for Eben Freeman of the Buttefly—we had been chatting about El Teddy’s and I told him that the building was even funkier when it was El Internacional.

••• The Wall Street Journal visits Rom Toulon at 24 Hubert Wines.

••• Tribeca’s Wickham Boyle remembers James Gandolfini. —Downtown Express

••• “Seaport owners want to close some streets [on weekends] to cars to boost foot traffic to reopening shops.” —DNAinfo

••• “Word is that Bluestone Lane Coffee will bring Australian-style caffeinated beverages and food to 30 Broad St. in August or early September after opening a first location in Midtown East.” —Downtown Lunch


Comments are closed.