Monday, August 5, 2019

A new door for The Jones

A progress report of sorts to note at the former Great Jones Cafe space, where restaurateur Gabriel Stulman is opening The Jones.

Well, the under-renovation space has a new door. (H/T Steven for the photos!) The old door to the Great Jones Cafe was shown the curb back on Friday...

The Jones — on Great Jones between the Bowery and Lafayette — is expected to open this fall. The Stulman team describes the new venture this way: "An all-day bustling cafe and neighborhood joint with a focus on light, fresh and bright menu."

Stulman, under his Happy Cooking Hospitality, operates a handful of West Village establishments, including Joseph Leonard, Jeffrey's Grocery, Fedora, Fairfax and Bar Sardine.

Great Jones Cafe never reopened after Jim Moffett, the longtime owner, died in July 2018 at age 59. The Cafe, a popular yet low-key spot, first arrived in 1983.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Keeping up with the Joneses: Gabriel Stulman confirms plans for former Great Jones Cafe

Elvis has left Great Jones; 'seafood focused neighborhood restaurant' coming soon

[Updated] The future of the former Great Jones Cafe

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