Newsletter: December 21

LOCAL BUSINESS UPDATE: TERROIR
The wine bar on Harrison has been closed — save for three weeks this summer — since the pandemic, but it’s definitely not over.

GROWN IN TRIBECA: FARM.ONE GREENS
Farm.One’s subscription service brings fresh greens grown on Worth Street right to your door. Members receive weekly deliveries of baby greens, micro greens, herbs and flowers, delivered by bike with no plastic waste and reusable containers. It’s as sustainable and local as you can get. Use promo code TRIBECA CITIZEN for $50 off a Founding Membership. / Sponsored

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BMCC GRANTED $30 MILLION FROM MACKENZIE SCOTT
Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife has just given away more than $4 billion and the local community college is one of 384 recipients of grants intended for institutions that serve regional, minority and low-income people.

FORGIONE WILL CLOSE FOR THE WINTER
His eponymous restaurant on Reade and Peasant in Nolita will close for the winter.

SEEN & HEARD
New craft market from local designer. Plus 180 The Store out east; Louis Vuitton opens in Brookfield; Forme Life opens in Westfield; Giorgia is back for the weekend and the Downtown Alliance offers a recycling guide for downtown.

SNOW, FOLLOWED BY SMALL CHILDREN ON SLEDS
A quick lap of the neighborhood both late night and early morning yesterday produced some unfamiliar scenes. The city hasn’t gotten that much snow in four years.

BOY MUGGED ON LAFAYETTE
A boy was hit and pushed to the ground by a shelter resident from the New York Rescue Mission. Police arrested the man shortly after.

SEEN & HEARD
Wear a mask, snow says. Plus Frenchette Bakery has added Saturday hours; the German School has added another grade; Dr. Smood’s on Hubert is still in play, but on hold.

WHERE IN TRIBECA?
Bringing you the sparkle of the season, and a bit of festive d├ęcor to the streetscape. Where is it?

 
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