Openings and closings: Kolache opens, Top Tomato closes

TRD New York /
Aug.August 18, 2009 02:19 PM
From left: Kolache opening, Top Tomato closing

Kolache Mama is reportedly opening two locations this fall, one in the Roosevelt Hotel at 70 Vanderbilt Avenue between 45th and 46th streets and one at 180 Madison Avenue on the corner of 34th Street. Trattoria Cirque is opening at 363 Greenwich Street between Franklin and Harrison streets. Pollo Cafécito, a takeout annex from Cafécito, has opened at 185 Avenue C between 11th and 12th streets. Self Edge, a denim-lovers haven, is slated to open at 175 Orchard Street between Stanton and Rivington streets. A Middle Eastern restaurant, Meze, has opened on Eighth Avenue at the corner of 55th Street. Clothing boutique Generra is debuting a location in the Meatpacking District at 823 Washington Street near Little West 12th Street. On Roosevelt Island, River Walk Bar and Grill will offer all-American fare at 425 Main Street between Road 5 and West Road. Bakeri is opening in Williamsburg at 150 Wythe Avenue on the corner of North 8th Street. Astoria produce joint Top Tomato on 3315 Ditmars Boulevard at the corner of 33rd Street has reportedly closed.


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