Openings and closings: Abe and Arthur’s opens

TRD New York /
Sep.September 23, 2009 03:44 PM

Abe and Arthur’s is slated to open next week at 409 West 14th Street. Chef Wolfgang Puck may be planning to open a restaurant in New York City. Technology museum pop-up Gizmodo is coming to Elizabeth Street in Nolita. Museum of Chinese in America has reopened at 211 Centre Street. Trader Joe’s is in talks to open a location in the Mattel Building on Sixth Avenue near 21st Street in Chelsea. A food court is slated to come to the Plaza Shops. Wine bar Ardesia will open at 510 West 52nd Street. A jewelry store called Attitude by Jeanne will open at 179 Orchard Street. A bar and grill, the Keg and Lantern will open in the former Baron’s location at 98 Nassau Avenue in Greenpoint. Thai restaurant Ghang opened on Court Street a few days ago in the old Miriam space in Cobble Hill. Saltie Bakery and Sandwich Shop has opened at 378 Metropolitan Avenue near Havemeyer Street in Williamsburg. Armando’s Restaurant on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights will reopen Sept. 28. A restaurant called The Thistle Hill Tavern will open on the corner of Seventh Avenue and 15th Street in South Slope. New clothing boutique Nos opened just before Labor Day at 68 Jay Street in Dumbo.


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