Seen & Heard: Tribeca Family Festival Is This Weekend

••• Opening May 1 at Mondo Cane: paintings by Andy Rementer. “This will be the final exhibition at our 174 Duane Street space before we make the move to 50 Lispenard.” Love the one above.

••• By Suzette is now selling pastries, including fresh croissants that it receives “every morning from a known French bakery based in NYC.”

••• Tribeca family seeks apartment. Required features: at least 2,800 square feet, doorman a huge plus, non-new-development, around $5 million. Although equally suitable for The Onion, this ad is simply an attempt to possibly draw out other pocket/off-market listings or potential ‘for sale by owner’ listings for a private transaction. We have a thorough understanding of the market (praise StreetEasy); we have a broker we like. Please contact if there’s a mutual fit. Sponsored.

••• Just a reminder that the Tribeca Family Festival is this Saturday, up and down Greenwich and on N. Moore between Greenwich and Hudson. If you go, do seek out the local businesses’ booths.

••• From CB1: “Community Boards 1, 2 and 3 will be meeting with New York State Liquor Authority Chair Dennis Rosen and staff to clarify questions and issues involved with the review of liquor licenses applications and renewals in order to make our recommendations to the SLA as effective as possible. All interested are urged to attend.” It’s Tuesday, May 6, at the New Museum (6-8 p.m.).

••• Opening May 1 at Art Projects International: “New Ballpoint Works” by Il Lee.

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  1. I hope Bubby’s makes that brisket sandwich they serve every year at the festival!

  2. There doesn’t seem to be much promotion surrounding this year’s festival and the website is sparse. Erik, do you have any insight/deets?