Newsletter: June 7

ZuttoZUTTO HAS CLOSED
The restaurant was a Tribeca pioneer, having opened on Hudson Street over thirty years ago.

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courtesy Beverly Hills ApothecaryBEVERLY HILLS APOTHECARY IS OPENING HERE
Beverly Hills Apothecary, which is opening in a prominent W. Broadway location, “is the preferred prescription partner for the most discerning patients and doctors looking for personable and speedy service,” says the website for the original location.

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StarbucksSEEN & HEARD
••• 6/4: Park Row is still closed. Plus: Stone barriers placed at Sixth Avenue pedestrian peninsula; Dirty Lemon is operating out of its Church Street space; Pier 17 roof remains closed; the status of Bridge Café; poor City Hall Park.
••• 6/5: The new Starbucks has opened. Plus: The restaurant in the former Denny’s space is Brooklyn Chop House; kids’ theater program to launch this fall; perforated whatsit at 56 Leonard; Soho Photo shows; shoot tomorrow.
••• 6/6: A Summer Day Café opening forecast. Plus: ARChive of Contemporary Music’s summer CD and record sale; the hotel under construction on Greenwich Street; buses on a no-truck block of Beach; wine/beer license for Wisefish Poké; war-inspired photography at Apexart.

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courtesy Nonna BeppaA NEW ITALIAN RESTAURANT IN HUDSON SQUARE
Chef Wendy Cacciatore of Via Emilia 9 in Miami Beach will open Nonna Beppa next month.

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Engine 6IN THE NEWS
••• 6/4: Firehouses to open their doors. Plus: Frenchette review; server at Paul’s Casablanca accused a manager of rape; reptile event at Washington Market Park; more trouble for St. Nicholas National Shrine.
••• 6/5: Sarah Jessica Parker Seaport store. Plus: La Mercerie rave; sound installation at City Hall Park; changes to the Dia Art Foundation’s spaces in Soho.
••• 6/6: Cabjacking. Plus: South End Avenue discussion; Verve Wine opening West Coast store; 3 World Trade Center is just over a third leased; local radio broadcast.

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White StreetCLOSE-UP: WHITE STREET
Do you ever slow down and look at the patterns, details, textures, and scars that give Tribeca its character? Take White Street, for example….

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