Newsletter: July 18
FROM L.A. TO THE FORMER BOULEY BOTANICAL
The manager of Pasquale Jones and a restauranteur from L.A. will open a (yet unnamed) eatery focused on American cuisine in the former Bouley Botanical space at White and Church.
FINE JEWELRY up to 70% OFF, 1 WEEK ONLY
Shop designer samples, new pieces, and one-of-a-kind jewels, brought in exclusively for this special sale! Shop online or visit us at 64 Trinity Place for an even bigger selection.
SEEN & HEARD
Peregrine falcons take in a local view. Plus The Real Real goes public; Crown Shy is open for lunch?; Osteria della Pace is open for brunch; construction at 200 Liberty; and Klein Epstein Parker moves across the street.
CROWN SHY OPENS FOR LUNCH
The (already) acclaimed restaurant from chef James Kent is offering a menu with lunch-exclusive dishes on weekdays from 11:30 to 2.
ORAL HISTORY: THE TRIBECA BEACH
In the mid ’70s, with the World Trade Center built and the fill deposited at what would become Battery Park City, the area west of Tribeca became a de facto beach, and a neighborhood playspace.
IN THE NEWS
Impossible burger getting increasingly impossible. Plus the Aloft hotel in Fidi breaks ground; Postmasters gallery opens an outpost in Rome; another Hole in the Wall; and Let There Be Neon is lighting things up.
SEEN & HEARD
Teresa Tarmey opening on Duane Street. Plus Anejo gets credit for a house specialty; Downtown Yogurt voted New Jersey’s best; Spear Physical Therapy coming to Chambers; a happy hour for you and your pup.
STREETSCAPE: BIG REVEAL AT 187 FRANKLIN
The sidewalk bridge at 187 Franklin will be taken down this week, and the Unhistoric Townhouse will be fully revealed.