Seen & Heard: The Way Warren Was

••• Aahar Indian Cuisine appears to be open at 10 Murray. The website on the sandwich board isn’t working yet.

Aahar Indian Cuisine••• Pakistan Tea House, meanwhile, was closed again yesterday.

••• Necktie designer Josh Bach, who lives in Tribeca, sent over great photos of 54 and 55 Warren Street in 2004. Of the latter, he says: “55 Warren was next to, and maybe part of, Frederick Pfeifer, who replaced the casters on my trade show trunks several times! Their sign is only slightly visible on the far left of the second photo.”

••• I’m not sure what the workers are doing at 110 Chambers, but the wall looks great that way. Click on the photo see it larger.

110 Chambers••• Press release: “State Senator Daniel Squadron, Assemblymember Deborah J. Glick,, Congressmember Nadler, Manhattan Borough President Brewer, Councilmember Chin, Community Board 1, and community stakeholders announced 2,200 community members have signed’s petition to Governor Cuomo in support of a stronger community voice on the Battery Park City Authority Board. Squadron and Glick introduced legislation (S.6530/A.9086) requiring a community majority on the Board earlier this year, a call supported by local elected officials and Community Board 1.”


1 Comment

  1. I for one am all for Indian food. A trusted Indian buddy told me “aahar” means “food” in Indian-speak. Clever naming.

    The question is how much curry can my body handle. Tamarind is premium Indian, and will be my favorite until the day I can’t afford to go there, or it leaves Tribeca (whassup with these ginormous rents?!!)