Openings and closings: MXco opens, Centro Vinoteca closes

TRD New York /
Oct.October 27, 2009 05:58 PM
alternate textFrom left: MX Co at 78th Street and Second Avenue, Centro Vinoteca at 74 Seventh Avenue South

In Soho, Cipriani’s Upstairs at 376 West Broadway will close temporarily on Sunday for renovations. In the East Village, a bar may open in the old Panya space at 10 Stuyvesant Street. Rag and Bone’s opened its first Manhattan location at 119 Mercer Street.  Art book publisher Phaidon’s will open a pop-up shop Nov. 2 on Wooster Street between Prince and Spring streets.  In the West Village, Centro Vinoteca has shuttered at 74 Seventh Avenue South. Veranda restaurant is slated to open in the old Sheridan Square space at 138 Seventh Avenue South.

In Midtown, camping equipment store Sunny Sports will open at 353 West 54th Street between Eighth and Ninth avenues.  On the Upper East Side, MXco, which is going into the former Vynl space on the southwest corner of 78th Street and Second Avenue, is slated to open soon. Cafe 79 is going to reopen after renovations on 79th Street and First Avenue.

In Brooklyn, Gino’s Pizza at 548 Flatbush Avenue in Prospect Lefferts will expand into the space next door at 546 Flatbush Avenue. The Pulp and Bean coffee shop has opened on Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights. A new establishment is under construction on Sheepshead Bay Road near Emmons Avenue in Sheepshead Bay.

Park Slope restaurant Beer Table will not open a location in the Chelsea Market at 75 Ninth Avenue. However, East Hampton cheese store Lucy’s Whey will open an outpost in the market.


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