In the News: No Spotted Pig Spinoff in FiDi

70 Pine••• First Joël Robuchon, then Wylie Dufresne, now this: “A highly touted deal for Spotted Pig chef April Bloomfield and partner Ken Friedman to open a glamorous bar and eatery atop landmark 70 Pine has fallen through, the landlord and the restaurateurs said on Thursday.” —New York Post

••• “A man was seriously injured when he was struck by two cars, one of which fled the scene, in Tribeca early Friday, witnesses and officials said. The victim, whose name was not released, was hit on Canal St. near West Broadway around 4:40 a.m.” —New York Daily News

••• A rundown of events for tomorrow’s City of Water Day. —Broadsheet

••• The Public Art Fund’s current exhibit at City Hall Park includes performers who serenade passersby. —Wall Street Journal


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  1. Very disappointed by the Spotted Pig news, but when Wylie Dufresne backed out of 84 William, the space was quickly spoken for by Blue Ribbon Brasserie. I expect and hope that we will get another exciting restaurateur for this unique and spectacular setting.