Openings and closings: Wine shop on East 9th Street opens, Daydream closes

TRD NEW YORK /
Oct.October 30, 2009 04:03 PM
From left: An unnamed wine shop at 341 East Ninth Street, Daydream at 110 Third Avenue
 

In Tribeca, Reade Street Animal Hospital is open at 146 Reade Street between Greenwich and Hudson streets.
Calypso has shuttered at 407 Broome Street near Cleveland Place and a wine shop will open in the space.
In the East Village, a new wine bar is slated to open at 341 East Ninth Street between First and Second avenues. Daydream frozen yogurt shop has shuttered at 110 Third Avenue between 13th and 14th streets. A hair salon will open in the space.

In the Chelsea Market at 75 Ninth Avenue between 16th and 15th streets, the Nut Box kiosk will open Nov. 1 along with a second kiosk called Nut Box Spices. One Lucky Duck will also open in the market, selling raw fruits and juices.

In the West Village, Harlem eatery Recette will open a second location at 328 West 12th Street at Greenwich Street. Karaoke Boho has opened at 186 West 4th Street.

Russian restaurant Mari Vanna has opened at 41 East 20th Street between Park Avenue South and Broadway in the Flatiron District. The Yard will open in the old Porky’s space at 55 West 21st Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues.

On the Upper East Side, Elk Candy Company has reopened its online store after closing its storefront years ago at 1628 Second Avenue between 84th and 85th streets. According to a press release, menswear retailer Camicissima has signed a lease to open its first U.S. store at 509 Madison Avenue near 53rd Street.

In Queens, Open Door restaurant will open in the winter in Long Island City at 10-09 50th Street. Joe Fuoco’s Music Center has opened at 6620 Myrtle Avenue in Glendale.

In Brooklyn, a new restaurant and wine bar will open at 7 Old Fulton Street near Fulton Ferry Landing in Dumbo. 258 Cafe at 199 Malcolm X Boulevard in Bedford-Stuyvesant will host a jewelry and accessories pop-up shop Nov. 1, for one day only. Arby’s is slated to open soon in the old landmarked space of Gage and Tollners at 345 Court Street. A new sports bar is slated to open at 895 Fulton Street in Clinton Hill. 

In Connecticut, Bennett’s Restaurant at 24 Spring Street has reopened after temporarily closing for renovations.


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
Kitopi CEO Mohamad Ballout (Credit: Kitopi and iStock)

“Smart” kitchen and delivery startup raises $60M for US expansion

Ken Friedman (inset) and the Spotted Pig at 314 West 11th Street (Credit: Google Maps, Getty Images)

Spotted Pig shuts down following sexual harassment settlement

Vornado CEO Steve Roth and 595 Madison Avenue (Credit: Google Maps and Getty Images)

Fendi, Berluti take over old Coach flagship at 595 Madison

From left: Authentic Brands Group CEO Jamie Salter, Simon Property Group CEO David Simon, and Forever 21 CEO Do Won Chang (Credit: Getty Images)

Forever 21’s biggest landlord could become its new owner

Ex-Barneys CEO Daniella Vitale (Credit: Getty Images, Google Maps)

Barneys’ lights still on, but workers left in dark

Faith Hope Consolo (Credit: Getty Images, iStock)

The real story behind Faith Hope Consolo’s glamorous life

Bed Bath & Beyond (Credit: Getty Images)

Bed Bath & Beyond is selling its real estate to private equity

Holiday spending was up this year — especially online (Credit: iStock)

Unsettling news for landlords: Online retailers killed it this holiday season

arrow_forward_ios
Loading...