Openings and closings: Berry Park opening, Olivo’s closing

TRD New York /
Jul.July 29, 2009 06:29 PM
Berry Park, left, is opening, while Olivo’s is closing.

Housing Works will move from 72 Warren Street to a larger space at 119 Chambers Street. Italian restaurant. A new children’s apparel boutique is set to open at 1038 Lexington Avenue. Cuban-French spot Le Cubain has opened at 81 Ludlow Street on the Lower East Side. Bill Telepan is slated to open a wine bar in the former Elite Café space at 185 Columbus Avenue on the Upper West Side. Amid these openings, there are some closings. Hell’s Kitchen dive bar Rudy’s is set to petition to reopen backyard space. Olivo’s at 55 Avenue C Near 4th Street has shuttered.

Baraza on Avenue C between 8th and 9th streets has shuttered. Zaragoza deli is closed temporarily for renovations. In Brooklyn, Clothing retail store Otte is reportedly shuttering its Williamsburg location and opening a third Manhattan location in Tribeca. Little Buddy Biscuit Company will open its first retail shop at 635 Fifth Avenue in Park Slope. A new bar called Berry Park is opening at North 14th and Berry streets in Greenpoint. Wilfie and Nell bar in Astoria will open at 30-09 34th Street at 30th Avenue.

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