In the News: Bouley’s Final Weeks

••• “Dianna Daoheung, the executive chef at Black Seed, has introduced torpedo-shaped sandwich rolls made from the dough used for bagels.” They’re available “on their own or as menu items that include a turkey melt, a chopped cheese (with hamburger meat and Cheddar), a banh mi and a vegan sandwich with spiced cauliflower.” And the Brookfield Place kiosk has them. —New York Times

••• An Eater roundup of upcoming restaurants that includes David Bouley’s Flatiron wine bar, B at Home, also mentions that the Harrison Street outpost of his Bouley flagship won’t open for at least a year. The current location is taking reservations through July (but Bouley being Bouley, that could be extended).

••• “Photographer Daniel Arnold spent the month of May camped outside the New York City Clerk’s Office, documenting couples getting married in irreverent, wild, untraditional—and sometimes very traditional—ways.” Seeing recently married couples walking around is one of the nicer things about this area. —New York Times

••• “A tourist from Georgia in town celebrating his fiancée’s birthday was arrested Sunday when a housekeeper found a loaded gun in […] his room at the DoubleTree by Hilton on Stone St.” —New York Post

••• Thom Browne’s women’s store (on the south side of 100 Hudson) appears to be partially done: “The new women’s store features the same interior as the men’s store, with custom-poured terrazzo floors and gray Bardiglio marble walls, as well as furniture by Jacque Adnet, Paul McCobb, and Edward Wormley. The space is almost finished—Thom Browne will complete the store’s bar area at the rear of the space that features stools designed by Maison Jansen and chairs by Pierre Jeanneret. The store will be completed in entirety by July.” —Front Row Edit