Pig Beach, purveyors of BBQ in Gowanus, expand their reach into Manhattan today with the opening of Pig Bleecker, their spinoff on...Bleecker Street. Chef Matt Abdoo, who was at Del Posto before turning to the smoker, doubles down on the smoke factor at the new restaurant but has broadened his horizons beyond barbecued meats. [ more › ]
The dream of becoming a bagel mogul began for Matt Pomerantz when he and his brother, Adam, were working in finance after college. Both were living in Greenwich Village, and both hated that on... To view the full story, click the title link.
Image: Scott Klocksin, Bisnow The wave of gentrification in historically lower-income and minority neighborhoods is nothing new for New York. From Greenwich Village to Williamsburg and Astoria, high-net-worth individuals have sought the character, grit and charm of neighborhoods thatsuburbs lack. But the biggest single factor, and the one that drives higher earners [...]
South American in Sunnyside, Queens, chefs on the move, and other restaurant news.
The Anthony 183 Bleecker St. The upscale restaurant, lounge and nightlife venue opened in Greenwich Village with American-bistro and late-night menus. Boucherie 99 Seventh Ave. South The French... To view the full story, click the title link.
Police are looking for a burglary suspect who escaped custody while being treated at a Manhattan hospital on Thursday afternoon. [ more › ]
Rent may have nothing to do with the closure of a Greenwich Village favorite.
The panzerotto, a Southern Italian turnover, is the star of a new shop on Macdougal Street.
To find out what you'll be eating if you order a "panzerotto," let's start with what it's not. "Beef Patty?...NO. Empananda?...NO. Calzone?...NO!" unequivocally states the website of Mr. Panzerotto, a new Greenwich Village shop serving the speciality. Show More Summary
Citing rising rents, the owner Silvano Marchetto has shuttered his restaurant, which helped establish Northern Italian cooking in New York City.
After 41 years in business, Da Silvano has closed its doors "forever," the New York Post reports. The Greenwich Village restaurant was not just notable for its defensible Bolognese, pleasant sidewalk seating, and occasional appearances in tabloid headlines. For certain eagle-eyed fans, the Italian restaurant has earned a secondary reputation ... More »
It seems there are a few more restaurant obituaries to write in the dregs of 2016, the latest of which, Da Silvano, served its last meal yesterday evening in Greenwich Village. The celebrity hotspot and longtime Italian favorite closed...Show More Summary
Once a rural hamlet on the edge of New York, Groenwijck was a Dutch neighbourhood on the west side of Lower Manhattan, later renamed as Greenwich Village. Thanks to Parnassus and Ephemeral New York, I am particularly interested in...Show More Summary
Roger Davidson Live at Cafe Vivaldi Volume 3 Soundbrush Records In 2012, Soundbrush Records started a regular Wednesday night performance series at the venerable Caffe Vivaldi in New York City’s Greenwich Village. The timeless cafe became their informal home. Show More Summary
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Academy Award winner Leonardo DiCaprio reportedly sold his eco-friendly Greenwich Village condo for a $8 million – $2 million less than the $10 million he paid for it in 2014. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
A teenager was caught with a loaded gun in a Greenwich Village subway station early Tuesday after cops confronted him for soliciting straphangers, police said. Montell Hooks, 19, of Queens was blocking the path of riders to try to force one of them to swipe him through the turnstile with their Metro Card at the...
Roger DavidsonLive at Cafe Vivaldi Volume 3Soundbrush RecordsIn 2012, Soundbrush Records started a regular Wednesday night performance series at the venerable Caffe Vivaldi in New York City’s Greenwich Village. The timeless cafe became their informal home. Show More Summary
At the intersection of Twelfth Street and Greenwich Avenue, in the West Village, lies a small parcel of land shaped like a pizza slice, with Seventh Avenue as the crust. The Loew’s Sheridan movie theatre opened there in the twenties, anointing the slice as a center of culture in a neighborhood teeming with it. Show More Summary
Nina Conti has performed in New York City before, “way back years ago” in Greenwich Village, then about five years ago at the 59E59 Theatres. But when Conti returns next week for a limited run, she’ll be making her proper debut off Broadway. “This is probably my biggest deal I’ve done out there so far,” […]