Here's a look at a few of the items on the agenda:
• Entity to be Formed by Curt Heugel, 106 3rd Ave (op)
Hospitality veteran Curt Heugel's Host Restaurants, whose portfolio includes concepts such as Bill's Townhouse, Campagnola and Printers Alley, is behind a new unnamed venture for 106 Third Ave. at 13th Street.
The questionnaire for the space shows proposed hours starting at 10 a.m. with a 4 a.m. close (the outdoor cafe portion would have an 11 p.m. curfew).
Heugel and his partners also operate Jackdaw on Second Avenue at 13th Street.
This two-level corner space was home to the Brazen Fox, which closed during the pandemic.
• Entity to be Formed by Michael Perry, 127 Ave C (op)
A new venture called Two Perry's is in the works for 127 Avenue C at Eighth Street.
The space would be a cafe offering breakfast and lunch during the day with a bar-restaurant service in the evenings. According to the questionnaire on file at the CB3 website, the proposed hours are 7 a.m. to midnight, with a 2 a.m. close Thursday through Saturday.
Loverboy, specializing in pizza and slushy drinks, closed here during the pandemic after nearly three-plus in business. Before Loverboy, the corner space was home to multiple establishments, a list that includes Lumé, the "Epicurean drinkery," ... Life — Kitchen and Bar … which had taken over for Verso. Other restaurants here in the past nine years include Caffe Pepe Rosso and Caffe Cotto.
• Sushi by M (Sushibym2 LLC), 300 E 5th St (wb)
Sushi By M, which currently offers an omakase experience from a compact space on Fourth Street between Second Avenue and the Bowery, is moving to a more high-profile spot on the southeast corner of Second Avenue and Fifth Street (last occupied by Spiritea, and pictured above).
This larger space for Chef Tim would include six tables (seating 12 patrons) and a sushi counter for 16 guests. The daily hours are listed as noon to 11:30 p.m.
• Woman in Wine LLC, 413 E 12th St (wb)
Alessandro Trezza, whose establishments include Have & Meyer in Williamsburg, is opening a small plates/dessert and wine bar at 413 E. 12th St. between Avenue A and First Avenue.
The questionnaire shows daily hours of 4 p.m. to midnight. The document includes a sample menu.
This mid-block space was previously Zadie's Oyster Room.
Tonight's meeting starts at 6:30. You can find the Zoom info here.