Open & Closed: Say Hello to Dry Dock; Goodbye to Lucy Browne's

Lucy Browne's, the soul food joint that opened in the space formerly occupied by Steak Frites, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after less than a year in business. [Crains]

The Village loses some soul food.
The Village loses some soul food.

Karaoke Boho, the West Village outpost of Sing Sing, has been shuttered and the signage removed. The place was never able to secure a liquor license. [Eater]

Dry Dock, a new wine and spirits store, has opened in Red Hook, selling at least one wine from Red Hook Winery and a selection of bourbons and ryes. [Off the Presses]

Select Burger is coming soon to First Avenue near 14th Street, not far from the recently renamed Permanent Brunch and Burger and the forthcoming Tallgrass Burger. [EV Grieve]

Best Yet Market has arrived in Harlem, selling very fresh produce and meats, hot and cold salad bar selections, and pizza; it features a cafe area. [Uptown Flavor]

The owner of Luzzo's has opened Ovest Pizzoteca by Luzzo in Chelsea, specializing in pizzeria, panini, and small plates cooked in a wood-and-gas-burning pizza oven. [Grub Street]


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