Open & Closed: Say Hello to Tipsy Parson; Goodbye to Xunta
Tipsy Parson, the new venture by the owners of Little Giant, has finally opened in Chelsea. Expect oyster service in the parlor and a charcuterie bar stocking all-Southern cheeses. [Daily Candy]
The West Village gastropub Highlands has arrived with its menu of single malts and bar snacks only. Haggis won't be served until mid-November due to kitchen delays. [NY Times]
The Pulp and the Bean, a new coffee shop in Crown Heights, is serving pastries and coffee from Gillies in Park Slope, including a signature house blend. [NY Daily News]
Xunta, the Spanish tapas joint in the East Village, has shuttered. After more than 20 years in business, the signage outside the storefront is already being disassembled. [Eater]
Pamplona in Murray Hill has closed its doors after just two years in business. The owner says a couple of club owners have taken over the lease and will reopen the space in a few weeks. [NY Times]
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