Friday, March 27, 2015

The Stage is open on 2nd Avenue


A little positive news to pass along... The Stage, across the Avenue from the blast site, was able to open today...

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

YEAH! i will hit it up for first dinner! thanks for this small bright spot!

Goggla said...

Yes!

Anonymous said...

What's the status of B&H?

Anonymous said...

I got soup by candlelight there during Hurricane Sandy. Everyone who works there is freaking awesome and Roman is the best!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Good old Stage!

Giovanni said...

So sad to see Pomme Frites and the whole half of the block gone, with no bus service and traffic diverted there are fewer pedestrians around. It looks like London after the bombing. Moishe was out giving rescue workers free kosher pastries. No word on when they will reopen. Some of the police were drinking coffee from Porto Rico Importing DF Mavens and the supermarket were closed. Gem Spa is open but only the door on St Marks is open since 2nd Ave is off limits. it looked like Veselka and the BBQ place were open but many stores are shut down or have limited access. Lets hope we don't lose any more stores due to all the shutdowns.

Anonymous said...

Just letting everyone else know--I tried going to Stage around 7:30 pm tonight and the police said Stage along with all 2nd ave stores on 7th street were closed.

So unfortunately, no Stage dinner tonight!

Anonymous said...

Seamless is still operating.

Anonymous said...

The grocery New Yorkers market (met food)
Is also open. 2nd ave (6-7) is open. Went yesterday and not a soul just the manager and a cashier. Support the 'hood!

DaveCarl1958 said...

One of the best places for Eastern European food, although a little cramped. Would hate to see this place bite the dust.