A few items to note from recent days/weeks...
Photo Thursday by Steven
The Quick Repair and Electronics shop — specializing in cracked smartphone screens — is now open (as of March 16) at 151 Avenue A between Ninth Street and 10th Street... in the former TakeMeHome Rotisserie Chicken space.
The former Community 54 space on Avenue B between 11th Street and 12th Street is for rent. The listing at Steve Croman's 9300 Realty isn't online just yet.
Not sure exactly when the boutique closed. (It looked shuttered a few times late last summer, then the place was back open.) Community 54 opened in July 2014.
The incoming Hunan Slurp Shop on First Avenue between Sixth Street and Seventh Street is hiring...
The restaurant's menu is now online here.
Bring it Back has opened its first shop (this happened in late February) ... on Avenue C near 10th Street...
You can read more about the brand here.
The address was briefly Michelle Alteration & Boutique, which just opened late last summer.
[Photo last Thursday by Steven]
Still House, which sells jewelry and home goods, is now open in their new storefront at 307 E. Ninth St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue ... they relocated from 117 Seventh St. between Avenue A and First Avenue.
An EVG reader said that Resobox, a gallery, workshop (with a variety of classes) that celebrates Japanese culture, also has a cafe in the space here on Third Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue. They serve a variety of coffee and teas.
This spot was previously the Edge, the bar that closed in September 2016 after 29 years in business.
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Friday, February 23, 2018
Still House, which sells jewelry and home goods, is moving from 117 Seventh St. between Avenue A and First Avenue ... to 307 E. Ninth St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue (next to Mudspot) ...
The signage for the Ninth Street location arrived yesterday...
EVG correspondent Steven, who shared these photos, said that they will be making the move in about three weeks.
The Ninth Street space was previously the women's boutique Pinkyotto.