Openings and Closings: Hana Sushi opens, Rock and Sake closes

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Sep.September 28, 2009 04:33 PM
alternate textFrom left: Sushi Hana, Rock and Sake

Restaurant Terroir will open a second, larger location at 24 Harrison Street, near Greenwich Street in Tribeca. Gucci is opening a pop-up sneaker shop at 43 Crosby Street in Soho. Sushi Hana was slated to open today at 111 Rivington Street on the Lower East Side.  A tipster says the former Chanto space on Seventh Avenue and 10th Street is going to be an Irish pub, Galway Hooker. Restaurant Patty & Bun is opening soon on West 8th Street near Sixth Avenue. An unnamed wine bar is expected to come to 434 Amsterdam Avenue at West 81st Street. The first Midtown location of the falafel chain Maoz has opened in the old Sahara Grill space at 40th Street and Seventh Avenue. Grand Sichuan will open another location at 46th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues.

On the Upper West Side, a new restaurant may be coming to the former Aix/Bloomingdale Road space at 88th Street and Broadway. Metro Marche at 625 Eighth Avenue in the Port Authority bus station has shuttered and a Heartland Brewery will take its place.

Rock and Sake at 138 West 25th Street in Chelsea has shuttered. Japanese restaurant Kokura has closed at 19 William Street in the Financial District. Le Gamin at East 5th Street between avenues A and B has shuttered, but neighbors say it is closed for renovations and will reopen Oct. 10. Angel’s Share and Village Yokocho, which share a building at 8 Stuyvesant Street, have both been shut down by the Department of Health, following violations.

In Brooklyn, fine-food emporium Bierkraft has opened at 191 Fifth Avenue in Park Slope. Jamaican restaurant Mango Seed has opened at 757 Flatbush Avenue in Prospect Lefferts. Chinese takeout restaurant to open at Park Place and Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights. Ultimate Burgers and Dogs will open in the former Chicory space at 243 Degraw Street in Cobble Hill.  Amid the openings, Tea Lounge in Cobble Hill is slated to close by Wednesday.


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