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Noho

  1. Reopenings
    Bergen Hill Relocates to Noho With a Seafood-Heavy MenuRavi DeRossi, Daniel Kessler, and chef Anthony Mongeluzzi make for an all-star team.
  2. Coming Soon
    Enrique Olvera Opening Casual Mexican Spot in NohoFingers crossed for duck-carnitas tacos.
  3. Coming Soon
    The Gjelina Team Is Opening a New York RestaurantOn Bond Street, with Ken Friedman.
  4. space of the week
    How a Simple Bathroom Renovation Turned Into an Entire Apartment OverhaulArchitect Aaron Korntreger ended up redoing this whole Greenwich Village loft.
  5. Chef Shuffle
    Acme Will Become a Bistro, Run by a Daniel Boulud DiscipleBrian Loiacono is replacing Mads Refslund.
  6. Openings
    The Asia de Cuba Reboot Offers Shrimp Churros, Duck Confit, and Casabe CakesJeffrey Chodorow reopened the restaurant in Noho last night.
  7. Openings
    What to Eat at Vic’s, the Five Points Team’s Fresh New RestaurantIt opens tonight.
  8. News
    Five Points Will Reopen With a New Name and ConceptThe new name is Vic’s.
  9. Openings
    What to Eat at Gato, Bobby Flay’s New Mediterranean RestaurantPizza, paella, and buckwheat pita bread.
  10. Coming Soon
    Bobby Flay’s Noho Restaurant Called Gato, Not BoloAn orange cat that crossed his path on Lafayette Street changed everything.
  11. We Called It
    Bobby Flay to Reopen Bolo in NohoThe new space has 22-foot ceilings and room for 147 seats.
  12. Reopenings
    Is Bobby Flay’s Long-Awaited Bolo Reboot Opening in Noho? [Updated]Has the Food Network chef found a space for his next major project?
  13. Coming Soon
    Mais Oui: Carmellini’s Noho French Project Sails Through CB2The two-floor project is coming right along.
  14. Have a Seat
    Mile End Sandwich Adds Delivery and, Perhaps More Crucial, SeatsYes, you can now sit down at the popular Noho sandwich shop.
  15. Slideshow
    What to Eat on Acme’s New Brunch MenuA Danish omelette, or perhaps a grilled romaine salad?
  16. Openings
    First Look at Mile End Sandwich, Now Slinging Poutine and More on Bond StreetSorry, I.T. department, but we’re going to need a new keyboard on account of the drool.
  17. Photo Evidence
    A Look at the New AcmeAt last, we have some photos to show you.
  18. Community Boards
    Mile End Sandwich Hits a Snag at CB2 MeetingZella Jones doesn’t think the upcoming restaurant should have a liquor license.
  19. Closings
    Bowery Beef Will Probably Relocate to Elsewhere in NohoPeddling roast-beef sandwiches inside the Bowery Poetry Club isn’t really working out.
  20. Mediavore
    Kanye and Gordon Ramsay Team Up; Dealing With Vodvil’s ‘Entertainment Fee’Cold beef dishes for hot days, new drinking in Fairfax Village, and more reading in our daily news roundup.
  21. Openings
    Mile End’s New Location Headed to Noho in the Fall, Will Be Called MileOwner Noah Bermanoff tells us that it will be “a pure lunch and sandwich menu.”
  22. Reopenings
    Bob Pollock on Acme 2.0: ‘We’re Going to Try to Jump onWhat the “new Acme with a lighter menu” will look like.
  23. Community Bored
    Neighbor Frowns on the Smile’s Liquor BidNoho activist Zella Jones wants the neighborhood to unite against the recently praised newcomer.
  24. Neighborhood Watch
    Faustina Adds Lunch Service; Chocolate Extravaganza at 92nd Street YPlus: Gandhi opens in Prospect-Lefferts, and Chicca opens in Soho, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  25. Personalities
    Mike, the Man Behind the City’s Shortest-Lived Hot Spot, Steps Out of HisThe story behind what might have been New York City’s shortest-lived “hot spot.”
  26. Openings
    Movie Idea: Harold and Kumar Go to the New Beatrice InnTwo stoners (okay, cokeheads) go in search of nightlife’s Holy Grail.
  27. Empire Building
    Fairway Tramples Tipster’s Hopes of Noho StoreAre Fairway’s execs considering the former Tower Records space?
  28. Openings
    Abandoned Double Crown Location to Open As Instantly Hip Boutique-CaféA couple of guys from Earnest Sewn and the daughter of artist Brice Marden will open the Smile.
  29. Closings
    Lost ConnectionA sandwich mecca is homeless again.
  30. Neighborhood Watch
    Street Picnics in Noho; Make-Out Rooms on the Upper West SidePlus, comedy and BBQ converge in Queens, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  31. Greenpoint Subdivided: Do You Live in Garbagetown or Sewagetown?Quick, someone bandage that bleeding Lady of Mercy in the Bronx, mourn the Purchase Building in Dumbo, and scold that greedy Long Island City sweatshop! So much to do in today’s boroughs report!
  32. loose threads
    Pete Wentz Launches Chicago Fashion Week; Steven Alan Hits UrbanAlso the British Fashion Council sponsors some up-and-coming designers, ‘Vogue’ named a new design director, and Viktor & Rolf list desert-island staples.
  33. On the Bowery, New Hotel Tower Physically Squeezes Landmarked HomePlus, boos drowning out a Harlem rezone vote and Grand Theft Auto’s uncanny recreation of a certain famous, fun-oriented island (“Johnson’s Famous Hot Dogs”?). All that with mustard and sauerkraut in today’s boroughs report.
  34. Beware of British Men Bearing ‘StachesDitmas Park: That bright-red trail of blood at the Newkirk subway station? No worries, just a guy who slashed his hand while playing with a pen knife! [Ditmas Park Blog] Dumbo: Wow, look at the big fat space on Main Street where performance den Galapagos will go in the wake of its move from Williamsburg. [DumboNYC] East Village: Who’s the dude with the mustache, British accent, and “big soulful brown eyes” who’s ripping off small, women-owned boutiques? [Vanishing New York]
  35. The City Smells Funny AgainBrooklyn Heights: There’s a funny smell on Henry Street. Well, funnier than usual. [Brownstoner] Carroll Gardens: Congressman Bill de Blasio schedules a Town Hall meeting at the same time as a controversial Community Board Six meeting, so residents of Carroll Gardens can’t go to both. Disgruntledness ensues. [Gowanus Lounge] Noho: New Great Jones Street building might be an NYU dorm. Good — keep ‘em where they belong. [Curbed] Staten Island: Police are hunting for a laptop that has financial records of 280,000 city retirees. It was stolen from a Korean restaurant Monday night. Bad. News. [Staten Island Advance] West Bronx: How the subprime fallout will affect the West Bronx. [West Bronx News]
  36. For the Classic Loft, Try NohoSandwiched between the West and East Village (at least according to the Noho NY Business Improvement District, though it’s been creeping south into Chinatown), this neighborhood, especially its historic heart, grows more coveted everyday. Translation: It’s expensive. To live in any of the cast-iron, brick, and limestone buildings on streets serviced by funky and increasingly upscale purveyors, you’ll easily pay $1,000 per square foot. (More to set foot in Ian Schrager’s 40 Bond.) Still, newcomers continue to make the real-estate pilgrimage, especially those seeking a classic loft (though new-construction condominiums have made their presence felt, especially on Bond Street). For more information, visit Noho Manhattan, a Website run by loyal locals, or stop in at open houses this weekend. You’ll find a list after the jump. —S. Jhoanna Robledo
  37. Back of the House
    Mmm, Whale Sashimi; Check Your Pants at the DoorOne of the Times’ ever-ambivalent world travelers goes to Japan. But if eating whale sashimi is wrong, he doesn’t want to be right. [NYT] Noho is for pedestrians: a helpful guide to its restaurants. [NYT] Related: Our Noho lunch spots. [Grub Street] Secrets of a hat-check person, revealed. It turns out women are checking not only their coats but also their pants. [NYP]
  38. Three Blocks
    Simple and Stylish Lunches for Bookworms, Fashionistas Where Noho Meets NolitaAround the intersection of Broadway and Houston, fashion retailers, gallery sitters, and workers from the Scholastic building can walk north and east for good, cheap NYU eats, or south and west for something with a little more Soho finesse.