Seen & Heard: L’Angolo’s Dinner Menu

••• I learned yesterday afternoon that L’Angolo, in the former Roc space, will open tonight. Here’s the dinner menu. Lunch will follow in a week or two.

••• Looks like Sophie’s Cuban Cuisine worked out its issues with the Department of Health.

••• From the Lilac Preservation Project at Pier 25: “The summer season gets underway at the museum ship Lilac with the exhibit Great Shipwrecks of New York’s ‘Great’ Lakes and The Hidden Hulks of New York Harbor, on view through July 4. The exhibit opens [today] Thursday, May 25, with a reception that is open to the public from 6-9 p.m. with a cash bar. David White, Recreation Specialist”—now that’s a title!—”from New York Sea Grant will share reflections on ‘The Future of Our Maritime Heritage.’ Components of the exhibit […] include interpretive panels highlighting a total of a dozen shipwrecks in Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Champlain, the Finger Lakes, Lake George and the St. Lawrence River.”

••• From Warren Street, you can see that the top of 3 World Trade Center is not an open fence but a lighter glass-like material. And from Collister Street (second photo), that material appears to be semi-transparent.

••• Speaking of the top of buildings…. The design for 111 Murray flares out at the top, which you can see more clearly from then north side.