Openings and closings: Wellgreen Market opens, Town has closed

New York /
Apr.April 13, 2009 02:20 PM
alternate textFrom left: Maoz Vegetarian, Joseph Patelson Music House

Wellgreen Market in Windsor Park, at 100 West 58th Street, was slated to open this morning, according to a sign in the window. A cafe, Muddy Waters, will open next week at 2185 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard in Harlem. Jil Sander opened a new store at 818 Madison Avenue, near 69th Street, this weekend. A branch of Maoz Vegeterian, a European falafel chain, will be opening its fourth New York City location at 40th Street and Seventh Avenue. Bar Artisanal, at 268 West Broadway at Sixth Avenue, is scheduled to open by April 22. DiPalo Dairy, at 200 Grand Street at Mott Street, plans to finish its expansion into the space next door next month. Table 8, a restaurant in the Cooper Square Hotel at 25 Cooper Square, is expected to open May 5. A convenience store, Exclusive Smoke Shop and Deli Corp., will be replacing Lhasa Boutique, which closed in February, on Avenue B near Fourth Street.

On the Upper East Side, Demare, at 78th Street and Third Avenue, is closed. The Joseph Patelson Music House on 56th Street will close its doors by the end of April. Town, at 15 West 56th Street, near Fifth Avenue, has reportedly closed. The Soul Fixins location on Ninth Avenue and 34th Street is closing. TRD


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