Openings and closings: New York Public Library opening, Brookstone closing … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 19, 2010 11:03 AM

On the Lower East Side, a new pizza restaurant called Junkie is opening at 11
Stanton Street between Chrystie Street and the Bowery.

A new Indian restaurant is opening at 155 Eighth Avenue between 17th
and 18th streets in Chelsea. Famed chef Tom
Colicchio opened Colicchio & Sons last night in the Craftsteak
location at 85 10th Avenue between 15th and 16th streets.

In Midtown, Kyochon chicken restaurant is opening a location on Fifth
Avenue between 32nd and 33rd streets.

Amid these openings, there were some closings. The Yolato yogurt and
gelato shop located at 2286 Broadway between 82nd and 83rd streets on
the Upper West Side has closed.
In Harlem, the Winery is shuttering its location on Frederick Douglass
Boulevard between 116th and 117th streets in favor of a new spot at
257 West 116th Street on the corner of Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
Boulevard.
The Midtown Brookstone location at 20 West 57th Street between Fifth
and Sixth avenues is shuttering this Friday, according to a note found
on the door. The Hudson Corner Cafe at 570 Hudson Street on the corner of West 11th Street appears closed. Alfama, a Portuguese eatery, has closed at 551 Hudson Street near Perry Street.The Strawberry Clothing Store On Madison Avenue Near 52nd Street is closing soon.


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