In the News: Ichimura Restaurant to Open This Week

••• Ichimura, the sushi restaurant from former Brushstroke sushi chef Eiji Ichimura, opens Thursday. It’s “a 10-seat brown quartz counter for $300 (including tip) tasting menus, which will change daily.” —New York Times

••• When Governors Island opens for the season (earlier than usual, on May 1), it’ll have a restaurant called Island Oyster. “Described as an outdoor concession serving sustainable seafood in a beer garden setting, it will be run by the brothers Miles and Alex Pincus, who own Grand Banks.” —New York Times

••• “A thief stole several boxes of oysters, clams and mussels from the back of a Tribeca delivery truck, walking off with hundreds of dollars in shellfish.” It was at Weather Up. —DNAinfo

••• “Sting and Bono want to rock the World Trade Center. So says the head of the WTC’s performing arts center, scheduled to open in 2020. […] Three or four rock concerts are expected to be staged yearly at the center.” —Tribeca Trib

••• Film director Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty) has listed her apartment at 449 Washington. The Observer can’t figure out why she’d be willing to take a loss on it (er, the construction starting up next door?).