Friday, March 21, 2014

Reader report: Virage closes Monday for a month-long renovation


[Photo via the Virage Facebook page]

That's the word from an EVG reader about the 14-year-old restaurant on Second Avenue at East Seventh Street.

They're are apparently closing for a makeover that will last up to a month. No word what, if any, changes may be in the works for their varied French/Italian/Middle Eastern menu.

The brunch/lunch/dinner spot was closed for renovations for several days back in December 2010.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

This makes me sad. Their weekday brunch is great.

Goggla said...

I like Virage, so hope it doesn't change too much. Everything I've eaten there has been good and it's one of the few nice places that's still affordable.

Anonymous said...

Hope it's really a reno and not a disappearing act!

bowboy said...

Did they just do a reno' last year? This doesn't sound good.

~evilsugar25 said...

I am skeptical. They just renovated not that long ago. My bet is that this will materially change this place, not just a facelift. That's just based the way things have been going around here.

Anonymous said...

I hope they upgrade the bitchy male waiters too.

Anonymous said...

Virage was open last night. Once heard that there was some ownership connection between Virage and the now defunct 7A.