In the News: Amada Opens on Monday

Amada dinner menuAmada by Jeff Beall••• Amada, the Spanish restaurant at Brookfield Place, opens Monday. It “includes two concepts: Amadita, a 20-seat café that will serve breakfast and lunch, is adjacent to the restaurant. In the evenings, it turns into a vinoteca.” —Grub Street, which also has some food shots; photo at right by Jeff Beall

••• The New York Times ran a puff piece on 70 Vestry. Of note: “Kitchens will feature four ovens: steam, convection, traditional and speed. Most apartments will also have two washers and two dryers.” Also: “According to Related, the building will top out by the beginning of next year, and is expected to open in early 2018.”

••• Houseman is in the middle of a kitchen-swap with  Mashama Bailey, the chef at the Grey in Savannah; they worked together at Prune. —New York Times

••• “A man was beaten and robbed in an afternoon attack after being pulled from his car by two men near the Staten Island Ferry.” —DNAinfo

••• The results of DNAinfo‘s survey of people who employ nannies in Lower Manhattan.


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  1. I really like the Amada menu. Looks like a great addition.