Friday, September 9, 2016

Plywood comes down outside the incoming Taberna 97 on St. Mark's Place

[EVG file photo]

Workers have removed the plywood from outside 97 St. Mark's Place between Avenue A and First Avenue...

The owners of St. Dymphna's down the block are opening a Portuguese restaurant called Taberna 97 in this space.

The restaurant has an Instagram account, which notes they will be a "Leed Certified ... Sustainable Kitchen." No word on an opening date. (DNAinfo reported in March 2015 that the owners were hoping for a July 2015 opening.)

The space was previously home to Yaffa Cafe, which closed for good after 31 years in September 2014, as we first reported.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Yaffa Cafe is officially gone; back garden dismantled

More about Yaffa Cafe closing

St. Dymphna's owners look to take over the former Yaffa Cafe space on St. Mark's Place

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The façade is sporting the white and blue flag of, of, of... oh, what country is that?