Sunday, November 20, 2016

Week in Grieview

[Photo in Tompkins Square Park by Bobby Williams]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

RIP Carmen Pabón (Wednesday)

Annual New York Cares coat drive underway (Thursday)

A new art gallery on Second Street (Friday)

Village View ends talk of privatization (Monday)

Out and About with Eric Paulin (Wednesday)

A look at East Houston before the arrival of Red Square (Friday)

McSorley's reopens after bout with DOH (Monday)

Patisserie Florentine coming soon to 10th Street (Tuesday)

Chipping away the exterior detail at 112-120 E. 11th St. (Friday)

East Village is closing after tonight (Saturday)

FryGuysNYC coming soon to Second Street (Thursday)

Vivi Bubble Tea coming to former Organic Avenue space on Third Avenue (Monday)

Report: Pretty ugly AMC Village 7 building sells for $32 million (Thursday)

CB3 douses plans for hookah bar Fire and Ice on Third Street (Thursday)

Ray's Candy Store named best East Village restaurant (Thursday)

Kati Roll Company is now open on Second Avenue (Tuesday)

The cube and Astor Place officially welcomed with ribbon cutting (Wednesday) Then Astor Place closes for "Game of Thrones" fan event (Thursday)

East Village Burritos & Bar is now Spicewala Bar Indian Cuisine (Monday)

Dean & Deluca vet bringing Fat Cat Kitchen to 14th Street (Tuesday)

Switch Playground now open on 12th Street "for the body and soul" (Wednesday)

Future Swiss Institute gets the plywood treatment on Second Avenue and St. Mark's Place (Monday)

Coyote Ugly opens its first location in Kyrgyzstan (Wednesday)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Are those ping pong tables ever used? for ping pong???