If you're in Soho, Fabio Trabocchi will make your lunch.
The West Soho wine-making space will debut in 2009 with a formidable roster of vintages and musicians.
Also 'Lucky' lays off editors, and Terry Richardson shoots lingerie-clad models for the French 'Vogue' 2009 calendar.
There was mysterious police activity at the eatery everyone loves to hate.
The Italian designer has added panini to the café menu that was previously overseen by Joe.
Isn't that weird but kind of fun? They're dedicating a city garden together! Also, Keira Knightley's cowering in the DKNY store. In the Friday gossip roundup.
In the space on Broadway where Universal News is now. We miss our magazines already.
Also in our CB2 roundup: a liquor license for Alexandra and outdoor drinking at Soho Park, but no bar above Five Guys on Bleecker.
Barry Mullineaux, last seen at the helm of defunct West Chelsea nightclub Stereo, is back, and attempting to take on Downtown Cipriani.
A first look at the crowd now that the fresh-out-of-Trinity folks are banned.
The duo have transformed a preppy hangout into what they hope will be something a bit hipper.
Ed's Lobster Bar expands their hours, serving seven days a week.
Vesuvio's still tinkering on its old ovens, and the tourists are NOT happy about it.
The opening has been delayed, but the situation looks worse than we thought.
Topshop's Soho store probably won't open until November, but its U.S. site launches in less than a week
The just-opened boutique reminds us of Cher's house from 'Clueless.' In a good way.
Jim Mamary faces more setbacks for Oyster Bar, and Grand Tier Lincoln Center to get a fancy imported menu, in today’s neighborhood food news.