Citizen of Tribeca | Newsletter: October 18
Newsletter: October 18
VIET CAFE REOPENED IN NOVEMBER
I had an article this week that said the V Cafe was closed – the locks have been changed, both spaces are for sale with the space promised as vacant, and several other restaurants have reviewed the space for rent. NEVERTHELESS! Chef and owner Lan Cao said it will reopen – hopefully in November.
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THREE MORE STORIES TO COME AT 50 HUDSON
A largely glass addition will add residences above the building in the historic Tribeca West district.
SEEN & HEARD
Friends gather at the town hall park. Plus a new film festival celebrating the first women here; Con Ed goes green; Freeman Plaza East is getting a makeover.
ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE OPENS TODAY
It has been four years since rumors started circulating about a Manhattan location for the Austin-based movie chain.
ACTION AT THE LITTLE PARK!
The Smyth restaurant will reopen soon. Plus B & Co. is closed; The Ness is open; the NYPD checks seat belts on West Broadway.
Our neighborhood store windows become billboards, and in this case, they’re super ugly too.
O TO TRIBECA?
From JW comes this cute window detail – I’m sure there’s an art term for such a thing. Where is it?