Openings and closings: Financier Patisserie to open, Cafe Noir hopes to relocate

TRD New York /
Apr.April 10, 2009 03:22 PM
alternate textFrom left: Ace Hotel, Hummus Place, Cafe Noir

A restaurant called the Village Trattoria plans to open at 135 West Third Street this summer, Century 21 NY Metro, which represented the tenant, told The Real Deal. The space was formerly a sushi restaurant. Financier Patisserie is opening soon at 983 First Avenue in Midtown. The Ace Hotel on Broadway and 29th Street is scheduled to open May 1 after several delays. Designer Andrew Lee plans to open a flagship store on Ninth Street. Checkers may open a branch at 77 Chambers Street. Clerkenwell, at 49 Clinton Street on the Lower East Side, is slated to open this weekend. The Hummus Place may take over the former Sympathy for the Kettle space at 109 St. Mark’s Place. In the West Village, Quinto and Quarto is slated to open April 20 on Bedford and Downing streets. An independent grocery store will open April 22 at 200 Schermerhorn Street in Downtown Brooklyn. Smoochie Baby is slated to open soon at Berry Street and North Street in Williamsburg. Amid the openings, Cafe Noir will be closing its Soho location soon but plans to reopen in August or September at an as yet undecided location. TRD

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