Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Mi Garba is now open on 4th Avenue

The first U.S. outpost of Mi Garba ("I like it" in Italian) opened back on Thursday at 129 Fourth Ave. just south of East 13th Street.

As the Post reported in January:

The flagship 1,000 square-foot space ... will include a restaurant with 10 tables. There will also be Tuscan food and wine for sale along with a boutique offering fashion items, including custom-made shirts and jackets.

That description made the place sound like something out of an airport gift shop… the actual finished product looks nicer...

The place wasn't open for business yet for the day when we stopped by. You can check out the Mi Garba website here for a list of their food products.

This storefront has been (mostly) empty since Dryden Gallery moved out two and a half years ago.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Tuscan food specialist opening 1st U.S. outpost on 4th Avenue for some reason


Anonymous said...

I wish I could get more excited about some of the new businesses opening lately but I just can't imagine myself as a customer in most, add this one to the list.

Anonymous said...

I can only eat so much. The EV restaurant market is saturated in my opinion.