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West Soho

  1. openings
    Brooklyn Flea Market and Smorgasburg Are Coming to ManhattanStarting this weekend, where Tribeca meets Soho.
  2. neighborhood news
    Sorry, Soho Celebs: The Sanitation Department Is Moving In After AllJohn Slattery’s going to be so pissed.
  3. Slideshow
    What to Eat at Harbour, Docking in Hudson Square on MondayA look at the seafood-slanted menu and a tour of the yachtlike interior.
  4. Recession Is Your Friend
    Anchor Will Get You Three Sheets to WindThe former hot spot introduces an open-bar special. Plus, a new place is in the works.
  5. Closings
    Hudson Square Lunch Spot, Eet, Is Closed Like a Bad ClamAnd: Why deli paella is not a good idea.
  6. Closings
    Archipelago Is Done; Bartender Says Devin Tavern Is, TooDevin Tavern is open and taking reservations. But for how long?
  7. Slideshow
    A First Look at 508, Now Delivering Pork-Belly SandwichesExpect the occasional squid-ink pizza special at this West Soho newcomer.
  8. intel
    The Donald Celebrates Trump Soho SalesDespite the continuing possibility of a lawsuit from Soho Alliance to try to stop its progress, Donald Trump celebrated the first day of sales in his evolving West Soho condo-hotel project today, riding up the side of the building on an external hoist (with a red carpet, natch, but without a hard hat). A gaggle of protesters gathered outside, led by Andrew Berman, executive director of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation. They argued that the high building will change the character of the hood, but everyone was too high up to listen. Atop the project, Eric Trump dutifully explained the rules of the 400-unit, 45-story tower: You can buy a unit but can only use it for a set number of days each month, renting it out the rest of the time. The Donald promised he’d have no trouble finding buyers — “We have over 3,200 applications,” he crowed. Ivanka can’t wait to start selling, either. “The receptionist constantly hands me memos from people asking,” she crowed. “And now we can start to process them.” Evidently the Trump Organization has no Instant Messenger. Architect Gary Handel defended the tower in a caucus with reporters: The rooftop swimming pool and street-level arcade, he said, can become modern-day “salons” for city dwellers and provide welcome spark to a dreary stretch of Spring Street. For his part, The Donald took it to the tawdry place: “Who’s coming to the party tonight?” he said from the stage. “Tribeca Rooftop, everyone’s invited. Britney Spears will be escorted by OJ Simpson!” —Alec Appelbaum
  9. neighborhood watch
    Chelsea Hotel Basement Gets SnobbierChelsea: Serena’s out and Star Lounge is in underneath the Chelsea Hotel. Owner Charles Ferri promises a more “elitist crowd.” Sounds fun! [NYP] Fort Greene: Liquors restaurant isn’t reopening in the spring, or ever. [Clinton Hill Blog] Midtown East: On a date but haven’t sealed the deal? Wow her with a late-night trip to the Empire State Building. [NewYorkology] Prospect Heights: Warm weather rouses mosquitoes. Do they spray for West Nile Virus in January? [Brooklynian via DailyHeights] Soho: Donald Trump will love the new Department of Sanitation garage on Spring Street and West Street. [Curbed] Williamsburg: The new, unnamed space on North 6th Street and Wythe will have a media lounge in the storefront and a performance space out back. [Brooklyn Record]