Openings and closings: TD Bank opens, Blondies closes

Aug.August 05, 2009 03:17 PM
From left: TD Bank opens, Blondies closes (Source:

Bar Henry will open in September at 90 West Houston Street between West Broadway and Thompson Street. Yerba Buena restaurant will open a new location at 1 Perry Street on the corner of Greenwich Avenue. Tucson, Ariz., smoothie chain Xoom will open a New York City location on 7th Street between First Avenue and Avenue A. Bon Appetit magazine is slated to open a pop-up lunch café at 101 West 57th Street on the corner of Sixth Avenue. The café will be open from September 21 to 25 and will feature food from famous chefs such as Mario Batali and Rick Bayless. TD Bank signed a 20-year lease for a commercial bank location at the historic Argonaut Building at 224 West 57th Street on the corner of Broadway.

Upper West Side sports bar Blondies, at 212 West 79th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, was seized by city officials. TRD

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