Sunday, September 20, 2020

Week in Grieview

[Yesterday in Tompkins Square Park via Derek Berg

Posts this past week included...

• Jules Bistro will not be reopening on St. Mark's Place (Thursday

• After 46 years, the Ukrainian Sports Club has left the East Village (Wednesday

• Final public hearing on a larger 3 St. Mark's Place coming soon (Tuesday

• Farewells: Funny Face Bakery has outgrown its East Village space (Monday

• Funny fundraising business for the Sixth Street Community Center (Tuesday

• The original Coyote Ugly outpost closes; new location expected on 14th Street (Tuesday) Is this the news CU home? (Wednesday

• Pop's Eat-Rite debuts on St. Mark's Place (Wednesday

• These local streets will now be open during the week for dining (Thursday

• College Food Pantry now being offered at the Trinity Lower East Side Lutheran Parish (Wednesday)

• St. Brigid is hosting a flea market on Saturdays (Saturday

• This week's NY See panel (Thursday

• Baby Kong arrives at the 6th Street and Avenue B Community Garden (Friday

• The Merchant’s House Museum reopen to visitors (Friday

• Construction watch: 24 1st Ave./101 2nd St. (Friday

• Got milk? (Wednesday

• Reaching the top at Zero Irving (Tuesday

• Saramsam is a new Filipino restaurant from Ravi DeRossi on 7th Street (Monday

• Say a prayer! Today's special guest at the Tompkins Square Park dog run (Monday

• Has Spiegel closed? (Friday

• Another day, another discarded microwave with a note (Tuesday

• Jewels is the new tenant for the former Ben & Jerry's space on St. Mark's Place (Wedensday)

• Elsewhere in NYC: Pearl Diner reopens for curbside dining (Friday

• It's full, wrapped in plastic: A Big Belly on B needs emptied out (Monday

• Report: Cloister Cafe granted temporary restraining order to reopen (Monday)

... and we're officially on Pumpkin Watch... as seen at Westside Market on Third Avenue at 12th Street...

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

has Gap at Astor Pl closed? google maps says they are permanently closed, and not seeing them listed as a location on the website. haven't walked by in a while but also haven't seen any news about this (sorry if i missed a post!).