Seen & Heard: Anyway Café Has Closed

••• The bees were back at Church and Worth yesterday.

••• And down the street, something I’d never seen before.

••• Tribeca Finest Marketplace is opening at the northeast corner of Canal and Thompson/Sixth—i.e., in Soho, but let’s not quibble. I would’ve bet money that all those low buildings at that corner were doomed.

••• Added to the agenda for the Community Board 1 Licensing Committee on June 13: “221 West Broadway, review of ongoing issues related to Town Stages.” Town Stages is going all out as an event space, according to the email it sent out yesterday. Every event in the email mentions drinking: “No cover. Just cocktails.” “Cash bar.” “Grab a themed cocktail before the show!”

••• Grandaisy is celebrating 10 years in Tribeca with a giveaway tomorrow (Monday): “Snag your fresh sesame bambino straight from our ovens. We have 400 loaves of bread to give away and you should have one of them! Our master baker will have them out of the oven after 10 a.m.” Below: The artichoke pizza, available for a limited time.

••• The entrance for Danny Meyer’s Manhatta restaurant—atop 28 Liberty—has been revealed. Thanks to E. for the photo (but next time, cross the street, OK?).

••• Anyway Café, on Broome between Thompson and Sullivan, has been closed; a Marshal’s Legal Possession sign is on the door.

••• The Frederick hotel’s cornice has been painted. All in all, the renovation has been a nice improvement, but it’d be great if they could cover the electrical conduit visible if you take a few steps back.