Openings and closings: Alex Adam Gallery opens, Father’s Fish closes … and more

TRD New York /
Dec.December 30, 2009 03:47 PM

In Little Italy, Torrisi Italian Specialties has opened at 250 Mulberry Street near Prince Street.  Great Jones Café is slated to reopen tonight at 54 Great Jones Street in the East Village after being temporarily closed due to a kitchen fire in mid-November.

In Harlem, an art gallery called Alex Adam Gallery has opened at 78 West 120th Street in the Mount Morris Park Historic District.

In Long Island City, Queens, there have been a slew of openings. A new Italian bakery and café is coming to the ground-floor retail space of the View at 4630 Center Boulevard. A hair salon is rumored to be coming to 4705 Center Boulevard. An antique shop may open in the ground floor space at 51st Avenue between Vernon Blvd and 5th Street while a Mexican restaurant may be coming to Queens West development at 4720 Center Boulevard. A yet-unnamed café is supposedly coming to 44th Drive near 23rd Street, and another restaurant may be opening at 10-17 Jackson Avenue.

In Brooklyn Heights, a new bar and restaurant may open at 71 Pineapple Street near Henry Street. A wine shop called Atlantic Cellars has opened at the corner of Grand Avenue on the Clinton Hill/Prospect Heights border. 

Amid these openings, there has been one closing. In the Financial District, Father’s Fish is shuttering its stall at the Fulton Fish Market near the South Street Seaport.


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