Newsletter: May 17

Dine Around DowntownCarol Adams of Torly KidSPOTLIGHT: TORLY KID
Carol Adams’s store, Torly Kid, has grown up with the neighborhood. She founded it in 2004 as Babylicious, and then renamed it—and broadened the age range—as kids in the area got older. “Having been here so long, I feel like I know everyone,” she says. Read the Q&A, with photos by Claudine Williams.

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The HideawayCRAB NIGHTS AT THE HIDEAWAY
For 12 years now, Maryland Blue Crab Nights at The Hideaway have been serving up summer tradition. The authentic Chesapeake-style crabs are served every Sunday and Monday, all summer long, at both the original Hideaway Tribeca (185 Duane) and The Hideaway Seaport (22 Peck Slip). Paired with a great selection of beers, wines, and cocktails, this experience is a must for first-timers and pros alike! Sponsored.

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Noted TribecaNEW KID ON THE BLOCK: NOTED TRIBECA
Wife-and-husband team Seong Choi and Minho Yang have chosen Hudson Street for their second café, Noted Tribeca, which serves New American food with Asian touches.

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512 GreenwichSEEN & HEARD
••• 5/14: Trader Joe’s will have 30 checkout lanes. Plus: Single-family home on Greenwich revealed (above); proposed fixes for the New York Stock Exchange area; discussion about improving Tribeca’s public spaces; Maxwell’s on “Law & Order; SVU”; “Billions” shoot; Papa Kitchen on Church has opened.
••• 5/15: Rumored tenants for the old Nobu and Nobu Next Door. Plus: The Spot doggie daycare has been rebranded; New York Guitar Festival; help out this weekend at Washington Market Park; a new tipping interface on restaurant receipts.
••• 5/16: Dueling family events this Sunday. Plus: The back of Tribeca Synagogue is curved, too; Rag & Bone’s Tribeca store now sells women’s clothing; rehabilitation of a White Street building; World Trade Center PATH station closed this weekend; Treadwell Park question; “Billions” shoot.

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courtesy Broome Street HospitalityTHE BRINKLEY’S BROTHERS ARE OPENING A TRIBECA BAR
“Who knows? We may jump back into the nightlife game at some point,” Tom Martignetti told Page Six last June upon the closing of Brinkley’s Broome Street and Southside in Nolita. The time is evidently ripe….

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IN THE NEWS
••• 5/14: Canal Street activation. Plus: A retail renaissance?; Tribeca family’s “hoverboard-friendly” home; the Stadium Goods sneaker resale shop; an attorney’s pied-à-terre; Citigroup employee stops kid from running into the street; the views from a 56 Leonard penthouse; 9/11 compensation claims.
••• 5/15: “The Destruction of Lower Manhattan.” Plus: The rooftop bar at the Arlo hotel gets a makeover and new name; Zucker’s is opening a fourth location.
••• 5/16: Whole Foods discounts for Amazon Prime discounts. Plus: Bethenny Frankel’s Soho loft (above); last year’s Taylor Swift stalker was sentenced; “Fiddler on the Roof” in Yiddish; local thefts and a phone attack.

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74 WarrenPRIVATE SCHOOL TO OPEN ON WARREN
German School Manhattan is “a new private international school offering bilingual education for kindergarteners through fifth graders.” It’s opening in the former Church Street School for Music and Art space.

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