Open and Closed: Say 'Bonjour' to Cedric; So Long to P & G
Restaurants and bars, they come and they go. Here are a few making their debuts and bowing out this week.
The Blue Donkey Bar on the Upper West Side has closed after complaints to police, specifically from a neighbor. [West Side Rag via Eater]
The Upper East Side location of healthy pizza joint Slice: The Perfect Food has closed its doors. The owners are scouting a Williamsburg location. [Grub Street]
Barzinho, in Tribeca, has been shuttered by the city marshal at the landlord's behest after about a year and a half in business. [Tribeca Citizen]
Motek creperie in the East Village did not make it too much past a year in operation. Poor Yelp reviews probably did not help this place's cause. [EV Grieve]
Dolce Vizio Tiramisu, the all-tiramisu spot in the West Village, will offer free tiramisu to celebrate its opening this Saturday. [Feast]
New York now has its first outpost of Chicago's popular Molly's Cupcakes in the West Village. Pick from five cake flavors, five frosting options, and various fillings. [Eater]
The opening of Taverna de Bocco has been delayed, but this Neapolitan joint should open next Monday. [Bowery Boogie]
Felice Ristorante and Bar has opened its second location on the Upper East Side, with a menu of Tuscan-influenced fare. [Zagat Buzz]
Cedric, from the team behind Le Bilboquet, will bring French bistro fare and wine to Harlem's "restaurant row." [Zagat Buzz]
Hoboken is getting a sprawling beer hall with Pilsener Haus & Biergarten. The menu is Austro-Hungarian. [NY Times]
Red Farm, from the team behind Chinatown Brasserie, will offer whimsical dim sum, like truffle-okra-chicken-soup-filled shumai. [UrbanDaddy]
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