Openings and closings: Fedora opens, Mr. Broadway closes

TRD New York /
Aug.August 20, 2009 03:55 PM
From left: Fedora opening, Mr. Broadway closing

Trattoria Cinque restaurant opened in Tribeca at 363 Greenwich Street between Franklin and Harrison streets, according to a press release sent out today. New gelato joint Green Apple has started scooping in Nolita at 204 Mott Street on the corner of Spring Street. After closing her 60-year-old Italian restaurant, Fedora, for a month while she underwent back surgery, owner Fedora Dorato has gotten back on her feet and started serving customers once again at 239 West Fourth Street between Charles and 10th streets.
Bianca’s restaurant at 550 West 38th Street on the corner of Eleventh Avenue is opening. Iron Sushi opened at 212 10th Street between First and Second avenues.

A new Mexican restaurant, Fonda, is reportedly opening today in Park Slope at 434 Seventh Avenue between 14th and 15th streets.

Eli’s Deli will close its location in the Citigroup Center’s food court at the end of the week at 153 East 53rd Street on the corner of Lexington Avenue. Mr. Broadway at 1372 Broadway between 37th and 38th streets was reportedly shut down by the Department of Health. It’s not yet clear whether the closure will be permanent. Nightclub Mr. West at 559 22nd Street on the corner of 12th Avenue is reportedly closing next month.

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