Newsletter: November 12

COCOON HAS OPENED IN THE BEST MARKET SPACE
The former supermarket provides 16,000 square feet of play and learning space over two levels and activates that stretch of Greenwich again.

MULBERRY & VINE WILL TAKE A PAUSE
After a start, then stop, then a full start, Mulberry & Vine will close until the office worker returns to downtown.

WHERE ART AND FAMILY COLLIDE
Bernard Lumpkin and Carmine Boccuzzi’s collection of Black art spills into and over their family’s life and history. And now there’s a book to go with it.

IN THE NEWS
Roxy kicks out Rich. Plus the story behind the artists who created Mother Cabrini; McDonald’s CEO comes to Tribeca; Sant Ambroeus as fashion power cafĂ©.

HOPE, UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Two new restaurants are moving forward despite the pandemic; an arch worthy of a holiday pose at Cafe Atelier; a virtual open house at JCP pre-school.

SANT AMBROEUS OPENS IN BROOKFIELD
The downtownest outlet of the Italian import known best for its Upper East Side restaurant will open today at Brookfield on the West Street side with its coffee bar only.

WYETH HAS CLOSED ITS STORE ON CANAL
The brand was founded here in 1994 by John Birch, and now is operating out of its Bushwick workshop and Sagaponack showroom.

 

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