In the News: Cafeteria Got Landmarks Approval

••• Racked is running a cute series of newlyweds’ portraits by Driely S. taken outside the City Clerk’s office.

••• “The city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission gave its unanimous approval for the design of Cafeteria Tribeca, the restaurant planned for West Broadway at Reade Street, despite Community Board 1’s concerns that it would add to noise problems for its neighbors.” —Tribeca Trib

••• The New York Times has an item on Patrick Parrish, as Mondo Cane is now known; it sounds like the new shop, at 50 Lispenard, is open.

••• “A woman had nearly $8,000 in cash stolen after a thief grabbed her purse as she walked out of the Fulton Street 4 train station last week.” —DNAinfo

••• In a New York Times interview, Erez Itzhaki of Itzhaki Acquisitions had this to say about 391 Broadway: “We are converting it to floor-through condos: four units, with a penthouse. It’s going to be completed in about four months. There will be retail at the bottom.” Guess that fire in April wasn’t a big deal.