Openings and closings: Sans Souci open, Little D rumored to be closing

New York /
Jun.June 05, 2009 10:55 AM
alternate textFrom left: Kogi and the former home of the Fifth Avenue Record and Tape Center in Park Slope

Parisian steakhouse Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecote at 590 Lexington Avenue at 52nd Street is slated to open Monday. Big Gay Ice Cream Truck is set to hit the streets of the East Village and Chelsea as soon as next week. Korean-Mexican fusion truck Kogi will make its New York debut soon. Szechuan Gourmet is opening its second Midtown location on 56th Street between Broadway and Eighth avenues. A Yohji pop-up store is rumored to be opening this month. In Brooklyn, a new Caribbean restaurant, Sans Souci, has opened at 330 Myrtle AvenueBetween Carlton Avenue and Washington Park. A new hardware store is set to open in the former Ralph’s space at 692 Fulton Street. Fifth Avenue Record and Tape Center in Park Slope has a new home at 439 Fifth Avenue. The opening of Williamsburg’s Pies ‘n’ Thighs at 4 South Street has been set back again because the landlord has sold the building. Eater has a list of restaurants that have delayed their openings recently. In Long Island City, Testaccio will open at 4730 Vernon Boulevard.

Fashion Soup on 41st Street between Sixth Avenue and Broadway has shuttered. Marc Ecko Cut & Sew in Chelsea at 147 Eighth Avenue is closed. The Good Dumpling House at 214-216 Grand Street has been closed all week. In Brooklyn, Little D on Seventh Avenue in Park Slope is rumored to be closing. TRD


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