BarFry won't be closed long, Nick Fox reports on Diner's Journal. The former tempura joint will reopen as Cabrito, a casual Mexican eatery helmed by longtime Zak Pelaccio lieutenant Dave Schuttenberg. The menu will feature slow-roasted goat, as the name implies, and will be open by next Friday.
Bronx-ites don't like their hoods, a councilman doesn't like plans for a power plant in Astoria, and everyone, it seems, doesn't like the Chelsea Hotel's manager, so they're glad he's leaving. Even more acrimony in our full daily boroughs report!
A shadow between porn hub Show World and its fate in Times Square, a chain barrier between "the 'SATC' house" and Carrie fans in the Village, bad blood between a rock bar and its neighbors in Park Slope … and just a click between you and our daily boroughs report!
If you’re the nostalgic type, rather than the "can’t wait to see what Keith McNally does with it" type, you might want to get to onetime speakeasy Minetta Tavern before its last night under the current ownership.
The Long Island City sculptor behind last night's 'Gossip Girl' art, a possible hotel for part of Williamsburg's Domino plant, misplaced political graffiti in Bushwick, and more in our daily boroughs report.
Fancy cornices aim to redeem Fedders homes in Carroll Gardens, aging rockers defend CBGB's new retail use on the Bowery, and a Billyburg record store faces shutdown. Oh yeah, the boroughs are alive and well in our handy-dandy Neighborhood Watch!
The owner of now-closed Jerry's opens an Asian restaurant on Chambers Street, a new shop in Greenpoint is selling newfangled twinkies coated in gold, and there's still non-hyped ramen to be had in the East Village in today's neighborhood food news.